Full text of "Oracle"
Not to be taken from this room
Varied views show
R.H.S. in perspective
One day at Randolph is often much the same as
any, but it manages to have a character that sets
it apart. The details are the same — homeroom,
classes, lunch period, meetings after school — but
some particular feature, an assembly, a Track meet,
the day of the Dramatics Club play, the voting for
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. S. marks each day as separate
in our memories.
Halfback l>"» Penny crashes through the line as Bob Sperin and Rich
Franklin block off Hingham tacklers at the Thanksgiving Day Game.
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Senior Class Publication
Randolph High School
Meredith Turner George Heywood
Ann Marie Raymond searches
through the card catalogue.
Lynn Soyes models in Mr.
Robert Brady's Art Class.
Robert Gray serves ball to
No single image defines
No single image defines our school
Randolph High is a cacophony of
activities, studies, athletics, and per-
sonalities. The serious atmosphere of
classrooms exemplifies the diligence
and intellectual pursuit of its stu-
dents. Scholastic achievement is rec-
ognized as an integral part of life at
R. H. S.
The enthusiastic pursuit of extra-
curricular activities personifies the
individual pride each student takes in
R. H. S. The exuberance of our cheer-
leaders, the diligence of our news-
paper staff, and the many programs
sponsored by our clubs show the
strong attitude of participation at
R. H. S.
The athletic program at R. H. S.
illustrates the pursuit of physical ex-
cellence as well as academic achieve-
ment. Our athletes compete on a basis
of sportsmanship and fair play, com-
bined with their will to win. Through
athletics our students are taught
teamwork, co-operation, and respon-
sibility. This is another aspect of
R. H. S.
Randolph High School is a melting
pot for extremely different students.
But here they learn to live and work
in harmony. It is here that personali-
ties are mixed, lasting friendships
made, and futures decided.
Meredith Turner, Miss Football of 1966
Future achievements depend upon the
knowledge and understanding gained
by students from their teachers and
through the curriculum.
From the sophomore to the senior class,
the students, the people who walk the
corridors and learn the subject matter
dominate our high school scene.
Extra-Curricular Activities at Ran-
dolph High School make positive con-
tributions to the school while develop-
ing the talents of leadership and labor
in the individual.
The experiences gained from Athletics,
whether on the field, track, or court
provide a giant step toward maturity.
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The generous contributions of the mer-
chants, prof essionalmen, and school or-
ganizations of Randolph contribute to
the success of the Oracle.
Christine Schepis, Arthur Morton, Robert Gray,
Barbara Slotnick the' stars of the Dramatic Club's
presentation of "Anastasia."
Growth and change
mark our years
Now, as seniors, we will soon be leaving the familiar halls
of R. H. S. ; but our 4 years here have been profitable
ones. Have the naive freshmen of 1963 changed any? We
certainly have. Not only have we become older, but also
more mature, responsible, and better equipped to face the
problems of life before us. What we have learned here will
serve us in the future. It is part of our growth and de-
velopment during our years at R. H. S.
John Fraser, Mark Abramson, Frank Baird and Paul Kreckler work
together on a Physics experiment.
John Fraser and Rick Tardiff race
after Rockland's quarterback who es-
capes around the end.
Carol Haynes is busy putting the final
touches to her wardrobe in sewing
To complement its curriculum,
R. H. S. offers a wide range of
activities for the interest and en-
joyment of the student body. At 2:30
the atmosphere at R. H. S. becomes
one of enthusiastic participation in
extra-curricular activities. Students
take advantage of these available ac-
tivities and pursue them as another
perspective of R. H. S.
I), Ite Kurt,, Michaehon lea/Is
Randolph High Band.
Bob Hunter plans for the future in Mechanical Draiving
Neil McGrory and Ronnie Simmons learn to cook in Boys'
Dedicated to . . .
Mr. James T. Topham, Principal of Randolph High School
MR. JAMES T. TOPHAM
The class of 1967 respectfully welcomes
Mr. James T. Topham to Randolph High
School as its principal. It is with special
pride that the diplomas will be received
on graduation day, for this is the first
class to be graduated under his principal-
ship. May his tenure of office be long and
productive and served in good health.
The graduating class of 1967 proudly
dedicates their Oracle to Mr. Topham.
Dedicated To The
Dedicated to the highest
standards of their profession,
the faculty members of Randolph
High School combine experience
and enthusiasm to give direction
and purpose to the lives of the
Under their influence, the stu-
dents achieve educational growth
which will enable them, not only
to live a richer and more abund-
ant life, but to contribute sig-
nificantly to their community.
By the example and inspiration
of the faculty members, those
who are leaving Randolph High
School will find the road ahead
more clearly defined.
Able Administrators Direct
Mr. James F. Topham
Mr. Cyril Powderly
Mrs. Rose Simmons, Mrs.
Mary Jo Vennik, and Mrs.
Louise Fleming are the high
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Seated: Mr. John J. Callahan, Jr., Mrs. Marie H. Cormey, Mr. Raymond P. McGerrigle,
Mr. Peter J. Davin, Mr. Charles E. Green, Jr. Standing: Mr. Thomas Warren,
Superintendent of Schools; Mr. William Lynch, Ass't. Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. Cyril Powderly has a friendly smile for all.
Mr. Thomas Warren, Superintend-
ent of Schools, and Mr. William
Lynch, Ass't. Superintendent of
Whatever the Future wise
Each year the Guidance Department takes giant steps in pro-
viding both advancement of school standards and better oppor-
tunity of placement. Applications, references, and careful exami-
nation of student aptitude for the right choice of college are daily
offerings. A series of tests given throughout the year to the
various grades are also administered by the Guidance Dept.
Whether the visit is for advice on a personal problem, help getting
into college, in acquiring a job, or a need of a friend, the Guidance
Dept. is the place to go.
Mrs. Rose Simmons icorks with Bob Hcd-
rick while Kathy Roth well a)icl Arthur
Tow>is check college catalogues.
Mr. Robert Kondracki,
Director of Work Study.
WORK STUDY GROUP
Bottom : Robert Kondracki, R. Cohen, D. Curtin, D. Hammond, S. Daley, A.
Raymond, M. Fiumara. Top: L. Mann, R. Broberg, J. Zaccardi, L. Dodge, G.
iurron, J. Harrington, F. Foley.
Mrs. Rose Simmons, Secretary to the Guid-
Counseling Insures Proper Placement
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Miss Winifred Brennan
Asst. Director of Guidance
Senior Class Advisor
Miss Isabelle Bennett
Advisory Board of
National Honor Society
Mr. Timothy Michael Cronin
Mr. William J. Casey
Director of Guidance
Mr. Richard F. Power
English Coordinator -
College Prep English 4A
Most of the occupations
and professions for which our
students are preparing re-
quire a high degree of skill in
speaking effectively and in
understanding difficult and
technical reading material.
Therefore, the English de-
partment is trying to assist
the students at Randolph
High School with the mas-
tery of these skills.
A second goal which the
English department is striv-
ing to attain is the transmis-
sion of the cultural heritage
of the English speaking
people — a heritage which is
reflected in the literature of
our culture, the works of cre-
ative, imaginative, and sensi-
tive men who are concerned
with man as man and what
he has done, what he dreamed
and felt and thought, and
what he hopes to do.
The English program also
offers the student the poten-
tial of self-education and de-
velopment outside and beyond
the classroom and formal
schooling. Our English staff
is trying to develop the stu-
dents' habits of reading for
pleasure and knowledge and
the desire to sharpen and im-
prove his ability to communi-
cate and to understand so
that these habits persists for
Miss Sharon Ann Converse
College Prep English 3,
General English 3
Miss Martha M. Foley
English 10 and Advanced
Future Teachers' Club
Miss Barbara J. Keegan
Junior and Senior English
and Basic Composition
Miss Eleanor M. Kelley
Mrs. Helen G. McGonigle
Business English 3,
Mrs. Nora F. Moran
Business English 3,
College Prep English 2,
Literature, Grammar, and
Miss Eleanor Kelley gives Joseph Cairnes individual help
Mr. John Gene Papa
English IV, Composition,
Literary & Business Advisor
to the Oracle
Mrs. Jean M. Noblin
English II, III, Literary
Advisor — Blue and White
Mr. Anthony C. Vellante
College English IV, Speech,
General English II,
Dramatic Club Advisor
Mrs. Elaine Keneeth
College Prep English,
Business English, Speech
Miss Diane Pfaff
Sophomore English and
Mrs. Carol Dowd, our newest
Composition — Instruments of Communication
Mrs. Jean Noblin reads from "Moby Dick" to her English class.
Miss Diane Pfaff gives individual instruction to
Ellen Olsen and Ed Heywood in Basic Composition.
Mr. Richard Kaegael works on a report to his teachers.
During the past decade significant changes have
occurred in foreign language instruction. Language
teachers began to realize that the traditional approach
to teaching modern foreign languages was not good
enough because students were not developing the four
basic language skills well enough, nor in the logical
The new approach aims, immediately and through-
out, at communication. The kind that takes place when
one speaker faces another and when a writer addresses
a reader. Thus the four skills of listening, speaking,
reading, and writing in that order — became the four
basic objectives of foreign language teaching.
In Randolph and in many school systems the ideal is
to develop the skills of listening and speaking during the
beginning years of language study and the skills of
reading and writing during the latter years with a six-
year sequence providing the optimum language-learning
Miss Ann Mutlaney follows » French lesson in the language lab.
A typical cluss in the language lab.
Mr. Richard J. Kaegael
French III, Latin I
Peace A nd Education
Through Study Of
Miss Ann Marie Mullaney
French III, IV
Miss Nancy M. Thompson
Mr. Paul J. Dorman
Spanish II, Spanish IV
Miss Suzanne M. Whittemore
French I, II, III, Russian II
Miss Doris Marie Baglione
Spanish I. II, III
Miss Flora A. DiNucci
Latin I. II. Ill, IV
Junior Classical League
Anticipating The Future By
4 HUMAN RESOUR<
In the ever-changing world of to-
day, the value of history continually
increases. The future is gauged by
the past. The Social Studies Depart-
ment aims at exploring man's rela-
tionship to his environment, both
past and present.
An appreciation of democratic
principles is sought by the teaching
of the early growth of the American
and world societies. Then, too, a
comprehensive understanding of lo-
cal, state and national government
is developed, as it affects and will
affect students in becoming respon-
sible and well-informed citizens.
Through the use of films, records,
field trips, and a model Congress, the
social studies come alive in Randolph
High School. It is the goal of this
department to instill in all students
a bent towards a good and enduring
interest in human problems and hu-
Mr. Louis Rizzo lectures on basic elements of a
Mr. Winston Fairfield discusses European
boundary lines before World War I.
Mr. Raymond Thompson and Mr. Anthony Vellante
hurry to class.
Mr. Lawrence Apostolon
U. S. History and
Mr. Winston Lawrence
Problems of Democracy,
U. S. History, Varsity
The Events of The Past
Mr. Francis O'Brien duplicates a
test for his P. D. Class.
Mr. Francis C. O'Brien, Jr.
Coordinator of Social Studies
Mr. Malcolm R. Hill
World History, Geography,
Mr. Thomas C. Lane
U. S. History, Geography,
Mr. Leo J. McGuirk
World History, Advisor to
the National Honor Society
Mr. Louis A. Rizzo
Problems of Democracy
Mr. Raymond Thompson
U. S. History, Contemporary
Affairs, National Honor
Society Advisory Board
Mr. Paul Lehtinen
Coordinator of Mathematics
Developing the Well-ordered
and Logical Intellect
Mr. David C. Harding
Algebra II, College Review
Math. Advisor to the
Mr. Ronald J. Mavor
Geometry, Tennis Coach
Mrs. Ann Marie Roper
College Review Math
Mr. I'hilip M. Saba
Baaic Math, Algebra I,
H.-a.J Football Co
Mr. Raymond James
Mi Paul Lehtenin and Mark Abramson work
Mr. David Harding discusses algebraic
symbols with his class.
In today's society, mathematics
has assumed a position of tremen-
dous importance as the universal
language of science and as an aca-
demic discipline in its own right.
There is an ever-increasing need for
mathematics in our modern world,
and much new mathematics is now
available. With the implications of
this fact in mind, the Mathematics
Department offers to the students
of Randolph High School courses
which range from General Mathe-
matics to Analytic Geometry and
Introductory Analysis. Thus, each
student can select the courses which
will suit his abilities and future
Mr. Philip Saba discusses a math problem
with Terry Arey.
Mr. Ronald Mavor and James Walsh dis-
cuss Jim's grade while walking to class.
Mr. Herbert A. Wolfer
Coordinator of Science.
Miss Carol Wixted
Mr. Joseph G. L. Bourgeois
Biology. Advanced Biology,
National Honor Society
Mr. Tkomat Gould instructs Bill Ber-
n 11 f (i 1,1 a morn proji
Karen Michelson, Marshal Katler,
Helen Kelley, Dan Donahue, and Alan
taline investigate the laws of phy-
Encourages A Spirit of Inquiry
Mr. Anthony F. Pellegrini
Chemistry, Practical Science
Mr. Thomas Michael Gould
Mr. Arthur Joseph
Biology, Practical Science
Mr. Paul B. Gardner
Biology, Practical Science,
Advisor to the
The students at Randolph High School
have at their disposal a modern, well-
equipped science department. In-depth
studies in Biology, Chemistry, and Phy-
sics, presented by an experienced faculty,
are valuable courses in our curriculum.
Under the direction of Mr. Herbert Wol-
fer, the science department is making
enormous strides in preparing our stu-
dents for college and careers.
Miss Carol Wixted works on an experiment with
Joe Cairnes, Bill Steward and Brad Parker.
Preparing For The Needs Of The Business
Mr. Nicholas H. Mackey
Typing I. Stenography I,
Advisor to the Oracle
Mrs. Margaret J. Guerin
Business Math, Typing I
Mr. Nicholas Mackey checks a typing exercise with
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
In Randolph High School's Business
Education Dept., students are taught and
trained to use the fundamental skills of type-
writing, bookkeeping, and shorthand. Under
the supervision of Miss Marion Diemond,
the students apply their knowledge in ser-
vices to individual teachers and the office
The Office Practice class, a required
course for all business seniors, gives the
student a practical knowledge of modern
machines and business procedures
in an office environment.
Through the Placement Program, students
. ood positions after leaving Ran-
dolph High School.
Mr. John M. Hurley
Business Math, Consumer
Typing, Jr. High Track
Miss Barbara Ann O'Neill
Stenography, Typing I
Mr. David Bruce Wahlgren
Bookkeeping I & II,
Randolph High School
Mr. James H. Santry
Teachers Assoc. : Student
Council Advisor, Service
Club Advisor, Blue &
White Banner, Bus. Mgr.
Mr. Samuel Chesler
Mr. Nathaniel P. Harmon
Bookkeeping I, Business
Miss Marion F. Diemond
Coordinator of the
Mrs. Joan E. Boyd
Miss Marion Diemond has a time consuming, never-ending job.
Sheila Fillebrovm, Susan Carson, Linda Zaccardi in typing class.
Expert Training Offered
Mist Gertrude Reen instructs Frank Baird in Boy's Cooking.
Eileen Ferruyamo and Dennis Lescovitz create op art.
Mr. Joseph J. Zapustas
Director of Physical Education
Mr. Leonard Rapoza
Director of Music
The Oracle wishes to honor a necessary part of our
school system. These are our "specialists." They are
the teachers who devote much time and effort in the
added subjects which make our curriculum complete.
Their many services often go unrecognized, but are
In Specialized Fields
Miss Kathleen M. Coughlin
Mrs. Laura H. Graham
Mr. Samuel Polio
Driving Training, Academic
Mr. Robert F. Brady
Freehand Drawing I & II,
Art Appreciation, Art
Career Club, Santa's
Miss Dorothy L. Skeels
Mr. John Frances Kennedy
Physical Education, Ass't
Football Coach, Junior
Varsity Baseball Coach
Miss Dorothy Skeels keeps score during a girl's gym class basketball game.
Miss Gertrude Ann Reen
Home Economics, Future
Homemakers of America
A Vital Service To
Mrs. Elizabeth Moffard, Mrs. Anne Previti, Mrs. Kathryn Wall, Mrs. Josephine
Ciliberto, Mrs. Mildred McElroy, Mrs. Gladys Gardner (manager), Mrs. Myrtle Ledig,
Mrs. Ruth Maloney.
Mr. Al Alden, high school custodian
Mrs. Elizabeth Mofford
Jimmy Green, Maintenance
George Liolios, Custodian
A valuable and necessary part of a school
system are the non-teaching members of the
staff. These include cafeteria workers, cus-
todians, and maintenance men. Without
their dedicated services, administrators and
teachers could not effectively carry out their
Mrs. Kathryn Wall, cafeteria worker
Custodians: Bob Oakhem and
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sophomore to the
the students, the
walk the corridors
and learn the subject matter.
high school scene.
Many of them may be found in
is a member
of a class, he is a
part of a more important whole
— the school.
Here, through the
medium of the printed page, we
the memories we
High School Scene
Senior Class Officers Servel
Gregory Willis, Senior Class President.
Success in the future
depends on you.
Mihh Winifred Brennan, Senior Class Advisor.
After four years of hard work,
good times, and treasured memories,
we are going to leave R.H.S.
to take on
the challenges of the world.
Will we be prepared
to stand up
and be counted?
The answer depends
upon the individual.
Whether we succeed will depend
upon the degree
of effort applied
and whether we use
the basic tools
which were given to us
by our high school teachers.
The future lies ahead!
The world is ours!
There is much
to be had materially,
and much to give
Let us make
the Class of 1967,
a class which becomes famous
for its contributions
to society and the world.
and may God bless you!
Gregory J. Willis
President of the Senior Class
School and Class
Claire Tantillo, Secretary
Peter Konary, Vice-President
SENIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Senior Board of Directors: Seated: Regina Dolan, Virginia Smith, Susan Hanrahan,
Bev Casper, Lee Ann Diauto, Jeanne Lynch, Yvonne McFarland, Sharmon Appromollo.
Standing: Claire Tantillo, Mark Lit, Peter Konary, John Condlin, Greg Willis, Miss
Brennan, Jean Cunningham, Rich Franklin, Don Penny.
Regina Dolan, Treasurer
STEVEN P. ALLEN
Abend, Carol (College)
Girls' Basketball Team 1,2,3,4; Girls' Softball Team 1; Dramatic Club 3,4;
Honor Roll 2; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Fashion Show 2; Scholastic Award
Abramson, Mark (College)
Basketball 2,.'i,4; Track 2; Tennis 3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Oracle Sports Editor 4.
Adams, Faye (Business)
Allen. Stephen P. (College)
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Blue and White Banner 4; Supply Manager
Ander-on, Mark (Business)
Ajiromollo, Sharmon (Business)
or Cla Directoi 1.
Our Senior Year
Sandy Saia and Susan Handrahan
FRANCIS L. BAIRD
Draws to An End
enjoy their lunch.
MICHAEL J. ARONOVITZ
Arey, Theresa (Business)
Aronovitz, Michael J. (Business)
Chorus 3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4.
Bailey, Dennis (General)
Track 4; Student Council 2; History Club 2.
Baird, Francis Louis (College)
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Oracle 4; Blue and White Banner 3;
Blue and White Banner Editor 4.
Barboza, Lawrence (General)
Basketball 2; Track 2,3,4; History Club 2; Treasurer of History Club 3.
Beam, Elizabeth (Business)
Chorus 3; Cheerleader 2; Oracle Staff 4; Senior Prom Decorating Committee
4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Santa's Dream Decorating Com-
mittee 2,3,4; Pep Squad 2,3,4.
Paul Kreckler and Steve Allen complete
NANCY F. BELL
We Cherish Many .
Beaucaire. Linda (Business)
us 3,4; Student Council Service Club 4; Future Homemakers' Asso-
ciation 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 8; Pep Squad 2.
Bell, Nanc) I (College)
Vice President of Dramatic Club 3; President of Dramatic Club 4; Student
Council Advisory Board 4; Oracle Staff 2,3,4; Banner Staff 2,3,4; Vice
ident of History Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2.
Benson, Jeanne | ( ollege i
Oracle Staff 3,1; Future Teachers' Club 3,4;
Nomin< ilastu Award Winner 3.
Pep Squad 4; Scholastic Award
Berenaon, David (College)
Band 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4.
Berlow , Jane (College i
Dramatic Club 3,4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Blue and White Banner 2; Fashion
Show 2,'.',; Scholastic Award Winner 2,3.
Bernard, William J. (College)
Football 1,2,3 I Band 2; Oracle Literary Staff 1; Santa's Dream Decorating
( ommitb Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Senior Prom Decorating
< '.innnttcc 1.
WILLIAM J. BERNARD
their Mechanical Drawing assignments.
LEZLEE D. BISHOP
Bessette, Eileen (General)
Pep Squad 2; Decorating Committee 3.
Betterman, Brahm (College)
Honor Roll 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 3,4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Winner 2,3,4; Biology Club 2;
History Club 2,3; Science Fair Committee 2.
Bishop, Lezlee D. (College)
Dramatic Club 4; Honor Roll 2; Future Homemakers' Club 4; Oracle Staff
4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Girls' Basketball Team 1; Girls' Bowling
Team 1,2,4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3.
Bonney, George (College)
Boomhower, Janet (General)
Chorus 2,3,4; Future Homemakers' Association 2; Pep Squad 2; Color
Bradbury, Sheila (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 2,3,4; Executive Secretary of Oracle Staff
4; Blue and White Banner 2.
Merry Turner helps Jimmy
Br*-nnan, Mary (College)
Future Teachers' Club 2,3; Dramatic Club 2; Junior Dance Decorating Com-
mittee 3; Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4; Service Club 4; Future
Norse I lub 4; Majorettes 4; Oracle Editor 4; Oracle Staff 3,4.
Brewster, Arthur (Business]
matic Club 2,3,4; School Librarian 2; Band 2,3,4; Oracle Literary Staff
4; Blue and White Banner 4; Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3; Santa's
Dream Decorating Committee 4; History Club Committee 4; Senior Prom
Decorating Committee 4; Dance Band 3,4.
Brewster, Pamela (Business)
Broderkk, Karen (College)
2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Sub-Lieutenant 4; Oracle Staff
■ •: ■ Girl 3,4.
Broderkk, Kevin (College)
Track 3,4; Oracle Literary Staff
Broussard, Barbara (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Blue and
Future Nui e 'lub 4; Banner Fashion Show 2,3,4.
White Banner 2,3,4; Vice-President of the
JOSEPH F. CAIRNS
Walker with his lunch .
Butler, Helen (College)
Dramatic Club 4; Future Teachers' Club 4.
Butts, Catherine (College)
Chorus 2; Cheerleader 1; Drill Team 3,4; Future Teachers' Club 3,4; Office
Caines, Joseph (General)
Basketball Manager 1,3,4; Spring Track 4; History Club 3.
Cairns, Joseph F. (College)
Football 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,4.
Canavan, Jean (Business)
Cardello, Thomas (Business)
Arnie Wensky shows Christine Schopis
Each Day . ,
( arson, Susan (Business)
( asano. Kirhard (College)
Band 2,3,4; Boy's State Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 2.
( a-per, Beverly (College)
i; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Honor Roll 2,3,4;
' Header 1,2,3,4; Circulation Editor for Oracle 3,4; Senior Board of
Office Cirl 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee.
CaataJtee, Alan (College)
Track 3,4; Honoi Roll 2; History Club 3; Scholastic Award 3.
<a\anauirh, Kathleen (Business)
Honor Roll 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
( harles, Lois (Business)
Futun- Homemaken of America 2,3.
the right nay to do it.
PATRICIA CAROL CLANG
Brought New Experiences
F.H.A. 2; Junior Prom Refreshment Committee 3.
Clang, Patricia Carol (General)
Basketball 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Library 2,3.4; Oracle Staff 4; Art Career
Coburn, Richard (General)
Honor Roll 2; Scholastic Award Winner 2.
Cohen. Ellen (Business)
Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3.
Colson, Lawrence (College)
Chorus 4; Dramatic Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3
Condlin, John (College)
Decorating Committee 3,4; Senior Class Board of Directors 4; Pen Squad 4.
We Leave Old
•hid it Jackson and John Cutting
CLAIRE L. CROWLEY
( onnolly, Christine (Business)
Chorux 2,3,4; Future Homemakers* Association 2; Color Guard 2,3; Scholastic
Dramatic Club 4; Junior
Connor-. \\a> ne (College)
Golf Team 2,3,4; Captain of the Coif Team 4;
Prom Decorating Committee 3; Pep Squad 4.
Constantino. I'amela (Business)
( ote. < her> I ( College i
Pep Squad 1; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3.
( row ley, Claire L. (College)
( row lej . ( la ire L. I ' ollege »
Student Council Advisory Board 1; T wirier 8 2,:!, 4; Captain of Twirlers 4;
<■ Staff 2,3; Art ' areer Club 4; Fashion Show 2,3; Dance Committee
Spring Concert 2,3,4; Music Festival 2,3,4.
< unha. Bob i College )
Biology club 1,2; Oceanography 1,2.
greet the visitors earning to R.H.S.
JOHN J. CUTTING
Cunningham, Jeanne (Teacher-Nursing)
Cunningham, Paul (College)
Cutting, John J. (Business)
Football 2,3; Track 2.
Dailey, Suzanne (Business)
Future Homemakers' Association 2,3; Girl's State Nominee 3.
Davin, James (Business)
Football 2,3; Band 2,3,4.
Davock, John (College)
Frank Baird, John Fraser, Paul KrecMer and
Our Experiences As . . .
Dcane, Barbara (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Blue
and White Banner 2,3,4; Secretary of Blue and White Banner 4; Future
Nurses' Club 2,4; President of Nurses' Club 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3;
holastic Award Winner 1; Fashion Show 2,3,4.
DeBoer, Kuth (College)
Chora* 3; Office Girl 4.
Denver, Maureen I Business)
Chorus 2,3,4; Future Homemakers' Association 4; Junior Dance Decorating
( otnmittee '■'•■
I), -i-i.,, Koberl (College)
DM arlo, Kita (College)
Dramatic Club 2; Future Homemakers' Association 2,3,4; Vice-president of
Future Homemakcrit' Club 4.
DiNatale, l.mda (College)
Choru 2.::, Dramatic« club 2; F.H.A. 3; Cheerleader 4; Band 2,3,4; F.T.C. 2,3.
lark Abramsoii complete their experiment.
LEE ANN DIAUTO
Diauto, Lee Ann (College)
Chorus 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Queen's Court at Santa's Dream;
Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3; Scholastic Award Winner 3; Future Teachers'
Club 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Banner Editor 4; History Club Officer
Dixon, Barbara (Business)
Chorus 3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; Future Homemakers' Asso-
ciation 2,3,4; President of Future Homemakers' Association 4; Drill Team
4; Junior Dance Decorating- Committee 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1;
Science Fair 1; Delegate to F.H.A. National Convention.
Dolan, Diane (Business)
Chorus 2,3,4; Pep Squad 2; Blue and White Banner 4; Junior Dance
Decorating Committee 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1; Senior Prom Usher-
Dolan, Regina (Business)
Dramatic Club 2; Future Homemakers' Association 2,4; Drill Team 3,4;
Dance Committee 3,4; Treasurer 3.4.
Donahue, Daniel (College)
Track 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Science Fair 2; Oceanography Club
2; Chess Club 2; Scholastic Awards Nominee 1,2,3.
Donovan, Karen (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Publicity Chairman of Dramatic Club 4; Oracle Staff
3,4; Banner Staff 2,3,4; Future Nurses of America 2,3,4; Secretary of Future
Nurses of America 4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Banner Fashion
Show 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Pep Squad 2.
High School Was
Carmen Russo, Paul Weinberg, Bob Grey,
DoeJey, Kdward (College)
l>f)ucet, Dolores 'Business)
Hunan, I)a\id (College)
Dramatic Clob 2,3,4; Future Teachers' Club 3,4; History Club 2; Art Club 4;
Scholastic Award Nominee
liupont. George (Collet
A Different Life
Richard Kibbec and David Stocks enjoy their
MARY ANNE FERRAGAMO
Ellis, Justine (College)
Chorus 1,2; Dramatic Club 1,2; Future Homemakers' Association 2,3; Ma-
jorette 3,4; Office Girl 4.
Ennis, Kevin (College)
Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Track Letterman 1,2; Student
Council Service Board 4; Pep Squad 4.
Fahey, Kathleen (Business)
Future Homemakers' Association 2,3; Pep Squad 2; Scholastic Award
Fahey, Thomas (College)
Fernald, Bob (General)
Chorus 1,2; Oracle Staff 4; Pep Squad 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee
3,4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Senior Prom Decorating Com-
mittee 4; Supply Room 4.
Ferragamo, Mary Anne (College)
Jimmy Walker takes the phone as Pat Me-
Shakespeare and Algebra . . .
I i rrarra. Robert (General)
I illebrown. Sheila (Busine
Girls' Basketball 2.4: Student Council Service Club 4; Future Homemakers
of America 2,4; Girls' State 3; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3.
I inKtein, John i College)
Hand 1 Oracle Staff 4; Dance Band 2..S.4; Concert 1,2,3,4; Music
PeKtival 2: Time Majrazine Award 2.
I i»her. Karl i Etaftinei
Receptioniftt I; Science Fair 1.2; Scholastic Award Nominee 2.
Klahertv. ThowM f General)
Grath and Jimmy Spearin look on.
JOEL D. FOX
RICHARD P. FRANKLIN
Were Our Problems
Foley, Richard (College)
Forrest, Linda (Business)
Blue and White Banner 3; Office Girl 3,4; Drill Team 3,4; Pep Squad 2,3;
Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3; Science Fair Committee 2; Santa's Dream
Decorating Committee 4.
Fox, Joel D. (College)
Track Letterman 3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White 3,4; History Club 3;
Scholastic Award 3.
Franklin, Richard P. (College)
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Oracle
Literary Staff 4; Blue and White Banner Sports Editor 3,4; Senior Class
Board of Directors 4; Student Council Service Club 4; Dance Committees 3,4.
Fraser, John (College)
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Student Council Service Club 4; Oracle
Literary Staff 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
Fraser, Ralph (College)
Track 4; Oracle Staff 4.
BRUCE GALL AW AY
' UHERINE GAMBINO
JOAN ELLEN GEDUTIS
Gale, Malcolm (Business)
Letterman in Football 3; Letterman in Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Letter-
man in Track 1,2; Chorus 1; Band 1.
Gallaway, Bruce (College)
Baseball 2; Oracle Staff 4.
Galwav, Glenn (College)
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4.
Gambino, Catherine (Business)
Office Girl 4.
Gedutis, Joan Ellen (College)
Softball Letterman 2; Dramatic Club 2; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 2,3,4;
C. 2,4; Student Council Service Club 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 3;
Booster Club 2; Jr. Prom Decorating Committee 3.
George, Kathleen N. (College)
Chorus 2; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Library 2,3; F.H.A. 2; Drill Team 3,4; Lieu-
tenant 4; Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3; Scholastic
Award Winner 'i; Office Girl 2,3,4.
KATHLEEN N. GEORGE
Mrs. Carol Stribley shows Lorraine Hanson
The Wise Fools
hou- to make it.
Godes, Harlan (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Student Council Service Club 3,4; Band 2; Oracle Staff
4; Blue and White Banner 4; Historv Club 2,3; Biology Club 2; Science
Golding, Priscilla (College)
Dramatic Club 4; History Club 3; Future Teachers' Club 2,3; Scholastic
Award Nominee 3.
Goldman, Andrew (College)
Science Fair 1.
Gordon. Stanley (College)
Track Letterman 3; Biology Club 2; History Club 2,3,4; History Club Vice
Gore, Russell (General)
Gove, David (Business)
Joh)i Cutti»g catches up
Long, Hard . . .
Gravell, Lorraine (Business)
(.ray, Robert (College)
is Letterman 3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4;
Oracle Staff 4; Good Gevernment Day Candidate 3; Biology Club 2; Honor
Roll 2,3,4; Treasurer of N.H.S. 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1,3; Literary
Editor of Oracle 4.
Griffin, Thomas (College)
Football 1; Baseball 1,2; Pep Squad 4.
Groeky, Richard (College)
k Letterman 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Oracle
Staft B i, Dance Band 2,3,4.
Hackett, Judith (Business)
1, Dramatic Club 2; Blue and White Banner 2; Pep Squad 2;
01 Guard 2
HalliMfey, John (General)
ov current events.
Hours of Study
KENNETH J. HARRIS
Halpern, Michael (College)
School Librarian 3,4; History Club 2,3.
Decorating Committee for Junior Dance 3; Future Nurses' Club 1; Pep Club
Hanrahan, Susan (Business)
F.H.A. 2; Pep Squad 2; Service Club 4; Office Girl 2,3,4; Senior Class
Hansen, Lorraine (Business)
Oracle Staff 4; Decorating Committee 4; Office Girl 3,4; Pep Squad 2.
Harris, Kenneth J. (College)
Bowling 1; Blue and White Banner 2.
Hedrick, Robert (General)
Baseball 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4.
NANCY ANN HENNESSEY
The Year Passed
John Condlin, Jimmy Walker, Bobby McMeni-
their hoi eh.
Heger, Susan (Business,)
F HA. 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4.
Hennessey, Nancv Ann (Business;
ketball 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Student
.ncil Treasurer 3.
Hey wood, Eddie K. (College)
Track 1,2,3,1; Co-Captain of Winter Track Team 1,2,3,4; Co-Editor-in-Chief
of Oracle 5: Blue and White Banner 3,4; Boy's State Nominee 3; Student
Council Service nub 3,4; Dance Committee 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 1,2.
Hickey, l.arraine (Business;
aff 4; Drill Team 4; Office Girl 4.
Hurley, Deborah (College)
Oracle Staff 4; Student Council Service Club 3,4; F.T.C. 2,3.
Jackson, Judv * Bu tne»»)
P.H.A. 4; Drill Team 4.
PAUL J. JENKINS
non, and Steve Warner eagerly wait to get
Jenkins, Paul J. (General)
Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Dramatic Club 3.
Jerome, Cherie (Business)
Johnson, George (General)
Track 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2.3,4.
Johnson, Richard (Business)
Baseball 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Pep Squad 4.
Kalitsis, Susan (College)
F.H.A. 4; Cheerleader 1; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 4; F.T.C.
1,2; History Club 2,3; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Scholastic Award Winner
Katler, Marshall (College)
Biology Club President 2; Oceanography Club 3,4.
Paul Cunningham and George Driscoll make
JOHN A. KESPERT
As Juniors . . .
Keeler, Brian (College)
Tennis Letterman 3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Boy's State 3; Biology Club 2,3,4-
anography Club 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3.
Kelleher, Christopher (College)
Kelly, Helen (College)
Student Council 4; Banner Staff 2,3,4; Banner Editor 4; Girls' State Nominee
jture Teachers Club 3,4; Treasurer of Future Teachers Club 4; Student
Council Club 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3; Scholastic Award
Winner 3; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3.
Kespert, John A. (College)
dent of History Club 3,4; President of SUPIO (Seemingly Unnatural
Phenomenon Investigation Organization) 4.
(harks K. Kibbee (College)
Konarjr, Peter (College)
Officer 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3, Captain 4; Basketball
an 3; Basketball Captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Track Letterman 2,3,4;
Oracle Business Staff 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4.
CHARLES R. KIBBEE
some things for the display case.
RHONDA L. LAMPERT
We Felt Confident
Krause, William (General)
Kreckler, Paul (College)
Kunz, Kathleen (Business)
F.H.A. 2; Pep Squad 2.
Lampert, Rhonda L. (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Dramatic Club Historian 4; Oracle Business Staff 4;
Blue and White Banner 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
Landau, Doris (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Secretary of Dramatic Club 3; National Honor Society
2,3,4; Vice-president of N.H.S. 4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Fashion Show 3;
Scholastic Award Winner 2,3,4; Blue and White Banner 2,3,4; News Editor
of B.W.B. 3; Editor-in-Chief of B.W.B. 4.
Don Sirartz, Eddie Lappan and Joe Toomey
Lane. Nancy (Business)
Oracle Staff 4; Scholastic Award Winner 2; Science Fair Committee 2;
School Receptionist 4; History Club Treasurer 2; Junior Dance Decorating
Lane. Robert (Busine-
Track 1,2; Vice President of History Club 2; School Receptionist 4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 1,2.
Lang. June (Bustne
Office Cuid<- 1.
Lapide*. Howard (Collegi I
Tennis 4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 4; Scholastic Award
Lappan, Kdward (College)
Laraca, Wilma (Busim
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Office Guide 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1,3.
work on their physics experiment.
Lee, Sandra (College)
Oracle Business Staff 3,4; Blue and White Banner 2,3; F.N.C. 2,3,4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 2,3.
Leite, Richard (General)
Basketball 1; Track Letterman 2,3,4; History Club 3.
Lescovitz, Dennis (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Biology Club 1; Art Club 4; Scholastic Award Nominee
Lesogor, Allen (General)
Baseball 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Manager of Field Hockey 2; Dramatic Club 2,3:
Band 2,3; Blue and White Banner 2.
LeVangie, Joan (Business)
Chorus 4; Future Homemakers of America 2; Majorette 3,4; Oracle Staff
4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3.
Lindback. Joseph (Business)
JOSEPH E. LUCY
A t Last We . . .
Lit, Mark " ollege)
Basketball 2,3,4; Chorus 4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Blue and White Banner 3,4;
Banner Editor 4; Senior Class Board of Directors 4; Student Council
vice Club 3,4.
London, Paul (College)
ketball I; Baseball 2; Varsity Basketball Manager; Letterman 3,4; Oracle
Staff 1: Blue and White Banner 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1,2.
Loonier, r.ail < Collet" I
Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Softball 1; Future Homemakers of America 4;
Future Nurses' Club 1,2,1, Pep Squad 1,2.
Luc) • Joseph K. < < lollege i
Library Staff :i.l; Oracle Staff 2,3,4; Banner Staff 2,3.
Lurie, Douglas (College)
Blue and Whit.- Bai 1: Biology Club 2,3; History Club 3; Key Club 3,4.
I > n< h, Jean i Bu ine
or cia-- Board Of Directors 4.
Mary Jane MeCann and David McGlaughlin
are doing their studying.
Reach The Top
Lyons, Patricia (College)
Future Homemakers' Association 4; Majorettes 2,3,4; Sub-Head of Majorettes
4; Oracle Staff 4.
Major, Deborah (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Dramatic Club Treasurer 4; National Honor Societv
2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and White Banner 2,3.
Malfa, Francis (College)
Track 2; Chorus 2,3; Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4.
Maitino, Michael (Business)
Mallett, David (College)
Science Fair 1.
JOHN MA LONE
Seniors . . .
MARY JANE McCANN
Nancy Hennessey and Merry Turner lead the
M alone, John (College)
Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,4; Oracle Staff 4; Pep Squad 4; Student Council
Service Club 4.
Malonev, James (Business)
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Pep Squad 4.
Markham, Philip (College)
Futujf- Teachers' Clilb 4.
Mattivello, Patricia Marie (Business)
Office C-irl 2,3,4; Decorating Committee 3.
Md ann. Mary Jane (Business)
Chorus 3; Dramatic Club 2,3; F.H.A. 2; Drill Team 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4;
Decorating Committee 3.
HcCarthy, Richard (College)
Track 1,2; Ice Hockey Letterman 2,3; Oracle Business and Literary Staff 4;
Oracle Editor 4; Student Council Service Club 1,2,3,4; Decorating Committee
5: Pep Squad 4.
of Randolph High
cheers at a rally.
McElroy, Ellen (Business)
Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Student Council Service Club 4.
McFarland, Yvonne (Business)
Student Council Advisory Board 4; Treasurer of Future Homemakers of
America 4; Co-Captain of Drill Team 3; Captain of Drill Team 4; Girls' State
Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Banner Fashion Show 2,3,4;
District and Music Festival 2,3,4; Citizen of the Month 4; Board of Directors
McGrath, Beverly (Business)
Dramatic Club 2; F.H.A. 2,3; Oracle Business Staff 4; Blue and White Banner
3; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Scholastic Award Winner 3; Decorating
McGrath, Edward (General)
Driver Training 4.
McGrath, John (College)
Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Letterman 2; Track Letterman
1,2; Oracle Business and Literary Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4; Pep Squad 4;
Student Council Service Board 3,4; Decorating Committees 3,4.
McGrath, Patricia (General)
Dramatic Club 2; Oracle Staff 4; Oracle Editor 4; Student Council Service
Board 4; Decorating Committee 2,3,4.
Jack McGrath, Bobo Brewster, Kathy George,
Spectrin head for Mr. Powderly'a office.
McGrory, Neil (General)
Basketball 1.2: Golf 3,4; Decorating Committee 3; Pep Squad 4.
McLaughlin, David (BusiiM
McLaughlin, James (General)
McManun, Donna < Bu-in.
Chorus 2,3; Art Club 2.3; Jr. Red Cross Volunteer.
M> Mt-nimon- Robert (College)
Basketball 2; Ba eball 4; Track 2,4; Oracle Staff 4; Student Council Service
Hub 4; Pep Squad 4.
Mrl'artland. Dennis Michael (Shop)
DENNIS M. McPARTLAND
Rich McCarthy, Jimmy Walker and Jimmy
McSolla, Ann (Business)
Office Girl 3.
McSolla, Margaret (College)
Student Council Advisory Board 4; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee
2; History Club 3,4.
Meade, Stephen (College)
Baseball 3; Student Council Advisory Board 2; History Club 2,3; Science
Fair 2; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Boys' State Nominee 3; Future
Teachers' Club 4.
Meaney, Thomas (General)
Baseball 4; Track 2,4.
Mercure, Wilfred (General)
Michaelson, Karen (College)
Chorus 4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Drum Majorette 4; Majorette 2,3,4.
Spirit Plays An
After all his work, Billy DeBoe gets a free
Monteforte, Joseph (College J
ketball 2; Baseball 2; Business and Literary Staff of Oracle 4; Student
Council Service Club 3,4; Pep Squad 3,4; Dance Committee 3,4; Scholastic
Award Nominee :>, t A.
Monti. Donna (Business)
Dramatic Club 2: Future Homemakers' Association 3,4; Oracle Staff 3,4;
Drill Team 2,3,4; Pep Squad 1; Decorating Committee 2,3,4.
Monte, Edward (College)
Tennis Letter man '■',, Captain 4; Biology Club 2; History Club 2,3,4.
Mullaney, Jacqueline (Business;
2 Dramatic Club 1,2; Future Homemakers' Association 3,4;
Oracle Staff 3,4; Office Girl 3,4; Dance Committee 3.
Vi-aUki, Linda (Business)
Nathan. >andra (Bu-incss)
Dramatic ri u |, 2,3; School Librarian 2; Future Homemakers' Association
Blue and White Banner •'!; Scholastic Award Nominee 3; Pep Squad 1;
De< < - r ; 1 1 1 r ! r Committee 2,3,4.
t AULA NELSON
PATRICIA A. O'BRIEN
Nelson, Carla (Business)
Future Homemakers' Association 2; Office Girl 2,3,4.
Nelson, Kenneth Edward (Shop)
Neumeister, Fred (Business)
Oracle Staff, Literary and Business 4; Blue and White Banner Business Staff
4; Student Council Service Club 4; Decorating- Committee 3,4.
Noonan, Mary (General)
Chorus 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4.
Nixon, Pamels (Business)
O'Brien, Patricia A. (College)
Office Girl 2,4; Key Club 2; Junior Dance Committee 3; Usherette 2.
Joe Toomey hands
Seldom a .
O'Connell, Maureen (Business)
F.N.C. 2; Decorating Committee 3.
< unnur, Maureen (College)
ObcB, Ellen (College)
Future Nurses' Club 4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee 3; Office Girl
Olson, John (Business)
Football Letterman 2,3,4; Basketball Letterman 2,3,4; Boy's State Nominee 3;
Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3.
O'Neill, Kevin (College)
ogy Club; Science Fair 1,2.
Ox man, Lee Hope (Business)
Dramatic Club 2,4; Future Homemakers' Association 2; Future Teachers'
Club 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
LEE HOPE OXMAN
Mr. Al Aldcn the phone.
MARK E. PEARLMAN
Page, Richard (General)
Football 2; Baseball 2.
Parker, Bradford (College)
Chorus 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3; Band 2,3,4.
Patterson, Steven (General)
Pearlman, Mark E. (Business)
Dramatic Club 4; Library 3,4.
Pearlstein, Mark (College)
Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4;
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1; Music Festival 1.
Penney, Donal (College)
Football 1,2,3,4, Letterman 2,3, Captain 4; Track Letterman 1,2,3.4; Oracle
Literary Staff 4; Senior Class Board of Directors 4; Student Council Service
Club 3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; Decorating Committees 3,4.
HAROLD T. POWERS
LYMAN M. POWERS
MAUREEN C. POWERS
Donna Smith warns Pam Constantino about
Perry, ( harles (College i
Poretsky, Sylvia (College)
Chorus 1,2.3,4; Dramatic Club 3,4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Blue and White Banner
1,2,3,4; F.T.C. 1,2,3,4.
Porter, I'aul (College)
Ha-k<rthall 2; Track 2,3,4; Boys' State Nominee 4; Scholastic Award Nominee
Power*, Harold T. (General)
Powers, I,\man M. ( Business)
2; Band 2.
Powers, Maureen ( . 'Business)
Banner Staff 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 1,2,3; Scholastic Award Winner
! Pep Sqaud 1; Secretary of Work-Study Program 4; Santa's Dream
Decorating Committee 2,4; Science Fair 1.
EUGENE P. QUEENAN
the rat's teeth.
Powers, Nancy (College)
Pep Squad 1; Scholastic Award Nominee 1.
Pratt. Donna (Business)
Basketball 1; Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3; Oracle Staff, Business 4; Pep Squad
2,3; Decorating Committee 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2.
Queenan, Eugene P. (General)
Reed, Barbara (Business)
Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Pep Squad 2.
Reid, Patricia (College)
Basketball 1; Softball 1; F.H.A. 4; Pep Squad 1.2; F.N.C. 1,4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 2.
Reingold, Richard (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2; Scholastic Award Winner
ROC( O RICHARDI
Mai Erode rick, Slugger McGrath, Chris Mue-
team to victory at the rally.
Knowledge Being . .
Ricchio, Albert (General)
Kirhardi. Donna (Business)
Student Council 1; F.H.A. 2,3; Pep Squad 2.
Kirhardi, Recce (General)
Km hard-. Margaret (Business)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Library 2,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
en, Barbara (College)
Club 1,2 ; Oracle Staff 4; F.N.C. 1,2,3,4; Office Girl 3,4; Jr.
Prom Decorating Committee 3.
!.u-<-n, Stephanie A. i<ollef?e)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; History Club 1.
STEPHANIE A. ROSEN
cici and Merry Turner cheer the football
SUSAN M. ROSEN
Put to Good Use
Rosen, Susan M. (College)
Dramatic Club 3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4; Scholastic-
Award Nominee 1 ; Banner Fashion Show 2.
Rosenberg, Joseph (College)
Football Letterman 3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Chess Club
2,3; Biology Club 2.
Rothwell, Cathleen (Business)
Chorus 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4.
Rothwell, Robert (Business)
Football 1,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Track 2; Golf 1,2.3,4; Oracle Staff.
Russo, Carmen (General)
Ryan, Marie (Business)
Future Homemakers' Association 4; Oracle Staff 4; Blue and .White Banner
4; Office Girl 2,3,4; Receptionist 4.
DEHOR AH SALTZMAN
a. Sandra i Busint
Student Council 1,2,3,4; President of Student Council 4; Future Homemakers
of America 1,2,4; Majorette 4; Elected Good Government Day Candidate 4;
Student Council Service Club 4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; Daughter
of the American Revolution 4; Citizen of the Month 4; Queen's Court at
Santa's Dream 4.
Salamone, Alice (Busines t)
Dramatic Club 2,3; Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3; Pep Squad 1,2.
Saltzberg, Arlene R. (Business)
N ll.S, 3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Staff 3,4; Banner
Editoi L; F I ' 3; Banner Fashion Show 2,3; Junior Dance Committee 3;
Schi Award Winner 1,2,3; Banner Dance Committee 3.
Saltzman, Deborah (College)
taff 4; F.T.C. 3; History Club 3; Latin Secretary of the
Junioi ' al League 4.
-;i»(7.uk, \anc> (Busine
Chorus 2; F.H.A. 2; Junior Dance Committee 3; Office Girl 2,3; Pep Squad
-' hepi . ' hnstinc A. ( ( ollege I
Chorut 2; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Student Council Advisory Board 4; N.H.S.
2,3,4; Pre ident of N.H.S. 4; Banner Staff 2,3,4; Banner Editor 3,4; Girls'
Nominee '■'•: Junior I a] League 4; Scholastic Award Winner 2,3.
ARLENE R. SALTZBERG
CHRISTINE A. SCHEPIS
Johv McGrath, Rich McCarthy, Joe Monte
forte work together on a chemistry experi-
Schoepplein, Linda (College)
F.H.A. 1; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Junior Dance Committee 3;
Festivals 1,2,3,4; Concerts 1,2,3,4.
Schoolcraft, Stanley (College)
Cross Country Track 4; Spring Track 4; Indoor Track 4; Dramatic Club 4;
History Club' 2,3; Biology Club 2; Future Teachers' Club 4.
Schultz, Linda (College)
Chorus 2; F.H.A. 2; Junior Dance Committee 3; Office Girl 3; Scholastic-
Award Nominee 3.
Serriello, Louise (Business)
Future Homemakers of America 3; Office Girl 4; Pep Squad 1; Junior Dance
Decorating Committee 3; Cafeteria Staff 4.
Shaw, Ann (General)
Simmons, Ronnie (General)
Basketball 1; Track 1,4; History Club 3.
Miss Carol Wixted helps BUI Stewart and
Our Goal is . . .
Sinclair, Kathleen (Busin<
F.H.A. 2; Pep Squad 2.
Small. Michael (Collef
g Country Track 2,3,4; Letterman in Indoor Track 2,3,4; Captain of Indoor
Track 4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Staff 3,4; History
Smart. Nanej (College)
Drill Team 2,3,4; Senior (lass Director 4; Junior Dance Decorating Committee
Santa'- Dream Decorating Committee 4; Concerts 2,3,4.
Smith, Donna (General)
Futur<- Homemakers of America 2; Drill Team 2,3; Majorettes 4; Banner
hion Show 2.
Smith, Virginia (College)
Oracle Staff 3,4; Banner Staff 2; Senior Class Director 4; Santa's Dream
( ommittee 4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Scholastic Award Nominee 1,2;
Scholastic Award Winner 2.
Smolin-ki, Klaine (Business)
Brad Parker in a chemistry experiment.
A Imost Met
Sorgman, Bernette (College)
Dramatic Club 2; Treasurer of Biology Club 2; History Club 2,3; President
of History Club 3; F.N. A. 3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee 2.
Spearin, James (General)
Spearin, Robert (College)
Football 2,3,4; Letterman 4;
Baseball 3,4; Letterman 4.
GERALD C. SPELLMAN
Spector, Richard (General)
Speier, June (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 2,3,4; Oracle Editor 4; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Office
Girl 2,3,4; Pep Squad 2,3; Junior Dance Committee 3; Banner Fashion Show 3.
Spellman, Gerald C. (College)
Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Student Council 3.4; Boys' State 3.
NEIL A. STROUL
Now We look
Stepner, Arlene (College)
Dramatic Club 4; F.H.A. 2; F.T.C. 4.
Steven*, Elliot (College)
Track 2, otain of Track Team 4; Chorus 4; Banner Staff 3,4; Scholastic
'1 Nominee 3.
Stewart, William (College)
'I rack 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4.
Stock*, l)a\id (Business)
Stone. William (College)
Letter -man in Football 2,3.4; I. ''Herman in Spring and Winter Track 2,3,4;
Oracle Staff 1.
Stroul, Neii \. (< ollege I
flub 2,3; Biology <"lub 2,3.
Wayne Connor, Ed Heywood
to Our Careers
and "the boys" at lunch.
ANBROSE P. TANASSO
Sullivan, Christine (Business)
F.H.A. 2; Pep Squad 2.
Sullivan, Donna (College)
Girls' Basketball 2; F.N.C. 2,4; Santa's Dream Committee 3,4.
Sullivan, Gail (Business)
Girls' Basketball 1; Scholastic Award Nominee 2,3; Scholastic Award Winner
Swartz, Donald (College)
Track 3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Business Manager of the
Oracle 4; Boys' State 3.
Tanasso, Ambrose Patrick (Shop)
Tantillo, Claire (Business)
Class Officer 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Scholastic Award Nominee
'j,3; Scholastic Award Winner 2; Spring Concert 2,3,4; Junior Dance Com-
mittee 3; Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4.
JOSEPH F. TOOMEY
Ten pent a, Teresa (Gen real)
Chortl* -'..1; Library Staff 3,4.
Tempewta, Vincent (Busim
I . |xrow . Man (Collef
Staff 1. Banner Staff 3,4; Debating Team 1,2: History Club 2,3;
Tourney, JoMeph V. (Collei
Dramatic ( lub .',.1; Oracle Staff 2,3,4; Oracle Editor 3,4; F.T.C. 3,4; Scholastic
Award Nominee 1,'-.
Torpey, Jamex ((ieneral)
I ow n- \rlhur (BllKJlK
class in action.
JAMES Y. WALKER
Jim m y
Tuminelli. Katherine L. (College)
F.H.A. 4; Drill Team 3,4: Oracle Staff 4; Junior Dance Committee 3;
Concert 3,4; Senior Prom Decorating- Committee 4.
Turner. Meredith ( College )
Class Officer 2; Student Council Advisory Board 4; National Honor
2,3,4; Secretary of National Honor Society 4; Captain of Cheerleaders 4;
Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle 4; Girls' State 3; Scholastic Award Winner
2,3; Miss Football 4; Citizen of the Month 4.
Tvskiewicz, William (Business)
Baseball 2.4; Bridge Club 2.
Walker, James Y. (College)
Letterman in Football 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 4; Student Council 3.4; Oracle
Staff 4; Good Government Day Candidate 4; Student Council Service Club
3,4; Student Council Service Club President 4; Student Council Advisory Board
3,4; History Club Preisdent 2; King at Santa's Dream 4.
Wainrober. Ellen (College)
F.T.C. 3; History Club 2,3; Secretary of History Club 2.
Walsh, Charlie (General)
High School Has
Mary Jane McCann, Larry Hansen, Donna
Schoepplein, Helen KeUey play ball after
Walsh, James (Business)
Football 2 Student Council Service Club 4; Oracle Staff 4; Banner Staff 4,
Pep Squad 4; Santa's Dream Committee 4; Senior Prom Committee.
Warner, Stephen (College)
Watson, John (College)
Band 4; Student Council Service Club 4.
Weinberg, I'aul (C-eneral)
Weiner, Susan (Business)
History Cub 2,3; Science Club 2,3; Bridge Club 2,3.
Weiner. Suzanne (College) „ , , _
Library Staff 4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Banner Staff 2,3,4; History Club 3; Sec-
retary of History Club 4; F.T.C. 2,3,4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Santa's
Dream Committee 4.
Monti, Sunely Mather, Pat Lyons, Linda
Wensky, Arnold (College)
Wentzell, Sam (Business)
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3.
White, David (College)
Dramatic Club 2,3; Banner Staff 2,3,4; Banner Editor 4; Chess Club 2; Biology
Club 2,3; History Club 2,3,4.
White, Marilyn (Business)
Williams, Marie (Business)
Oracle Staff 4; Banner Staff 4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Santa's Dream
Willis, Gregory (College)
Class President 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Track 4;
Student Council Advisory Board 1,2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Boy's State Nom-
inee 3; Citizen of the Month 4.
Rich Casauo, Rich Foley, Bob McMenimou,
We Leave to Build
PATRICK A. YANKUN
Wong, Richard (College)
Oracle Staff 4; Scholastic Award Nominee 3.
Wood. Christie (General)
Wigley, Lorraine (College)
■ru' 2; F.H.A. 2; r'.N'.C. 4; Decorating Committee 3.
Wyaokinaki, Krystyna (College)
Scholastic Award Nominee \. ■!:■',; Scholastic Award Winner 2,3; F.H.A. 3;
Secretary of F.H.A. 4; History Cluh 3; Art Editor of Spectator 3; Future
Artists of America 4.
Vankun, Patrick Andrew (Shop)
tic Award Nominee 3; Trouble Shooting Contest 3.
Yenofaky, I'aul (College)
Dramatic Club '■'>; Oracle Staff 3,4; Photographer for Oracle 4; Banner Staff
Photographer foi Banner 4; Oceanography Club 2,3; President of
anography Club 3; Sec. of Biology Club 2; History Club 2,3.
Bob Fernal at Study in the auditorium.
A New Tomorrow
Yout, Linda (General)
Junior Dance Committee 3.
Zaccardi, Linda (College)
Drill Team 3,4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Santa's Dream Committee 4;
Office Girl 2,3,4.
DeLorenzo, Philip (General)
Senior Classmen . . .
Mr. Francis O'Brien, Robert Gray,
and Ed Lappen find amusement in
Edith Hamilton's "The Roman
Bob Fernald, Ron Simmons,
Wayne Connors, Bob DeSisto
watch Gym Class Volleyball game.
K>„ Harris soil tests for a Biology
Christine Schepis checks Book Store inventory.
In Various A ctivities
Joe Toomey, Ed happen, and Don Swartz
check a physics experiment.
Bob Fernald and Neil McGrory check school
Mr. Gardner jokes with John Malone
and Jim Walsh.
Charlie Walsh and Nancy Smart talk over
an assignment in the Gym.
Mr. Nicholas Mackey demonstrates hand
position in typing to Linda Schoepplein.
Christine Schepis, President of the
National Honor Society.
Gregory Willis, President of the Sen-
Meredith Turner, Co-Editor-in-Chief
of the Oracle.
George Heywood, Co-Editor-in-Chief
of the Oracle.
Doris Landau, Editor-in-Chief of the
Blue & White Banner.
James Walker, President of the Stu-
dent Council Service Club.
Sandra Saia, President of the Student
Brahm Betterman, Top ranking sen-
ior of the Class of 1967.
Sandra Saia, Gregory Willis
John McGrath, Linda Zaccardi
Bradford Parker, Lee Ann Diauto
Carol Abend, Gerald Spellman
Gregory Willis, Sandra Saia
James Walker, Laurie Hanson
Helen Kelley, James Maloney
Edward Heywood, Yvonne McFarland
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Brahm Betterman, Christine Schepis,
Meredith Turner, Donald Swartz
Junior Year Filled
Mr. David Harding, Junior
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SEATED: Wendi Coburn, Treasurer; Frank Brack,
V. Pres. STANDING: Calvin Zacardi, President;
Mr. David Harding, Junior class advisor. (Missing from
picture is Maureen Corcoran, Secretary).
FRONT: B. Batson, M. Arsenault, A. Ayers, S. Albert, L. Bell, E. Baker, B. Baker.
MIDDLE ROW: J. Barkhouse, D. Bell, H. Baird, L. Appromollo, M. Ayers, D. Aker,
B. Baker. TOP: J. Beagan, B. Baxter, C. Bagge, P. Baker, T. Belmont.
FRONT ROW: K. Connaughton, W. Coburn, J. Condlin, R. Burke, A. Bowler, S. Bernier,
J. Burwell, R. Cowgill. MIDDLE ROW: R. Campbell, A. Cohen, M. Burton, T. Connors.
S. Burns. G. Brown, D. Cavanaugh, M. Corcoran. TOP ROW: R. Concannon, R. Cam-
marata, P. Cole, F. Brack. S. Clapp, D. Connors, G. Campbell, D. Brandt.
FRONT ROW: M. Crimmins, M. DeFelice, J. Dailey, A. Dale, B. Curran, H. Cryer,
S. DeSisto. MIDDLE ROW: J. Campbell, D. Diauto, D. Crowley. E. Delano, J. Dailey,
R. Curry. TOP ROW: : D. Burg, J. Diauto, W T . DeBoe, P. Cuff, K. Diaz, J. Cunningham.
FRONT: M. Donahue, E. Ellis, A. DiMascio, D. Dugan, E. Ela, K. Dowling. MIDDLE:
D. Dunlavey, J. Esterman, A. Towns. R. Hedricks, C. Walsh. BACK: G. Driscoll, R.
Erickson, J. Drury, R. Erlichman, J. Dunn, W. Dunnigan.
FRONT ROW: G. Gardner, J. Callaway. E. Goldman, S. Feldman, S. Field, E. Gardner,
S. Forti. MIDDLE ROW: G. Gorman. J. Folev, R. Franklin, M. A. Gallagher, M.
Flaherty, M. Goodman, B. Fineberg, M. Glazer, J. Goldstein. TOR ROW: M. P.
Gallagher, R. Getchell, M. Fox, S. Gass, H. Finkel, R. Gardner, S. Green.
FRONT ROW: R. Hunter, D. MacDonald. J. Griffin, E. Heper, S. Hawes, K. Hutchinson.
D. Hackett. MIDDLE ROW: L. Huntinpton. L. Hvlen, J. Haves. M. Hutchinson. G.
Kennedy. J. Hunter, J. Grillo. TOP ROW: K. Hall. M. Indech. P. Hart, A. Hendrickson,
C. Holloway. M. Gurney.
FRONT ROW: J. Leitfhton. T. Kreckler. K. Lee. K. Kiley, P. Leary. L. Kline. D.
Landers. MIDDLE ROW: L. Kramer, A. Jones, B. Jablonski. E. Kohn, J. Laiweneek,
E. Kibbee, K. Kyer, C. Lawson. TOP ROW: D. Lavalle, R. Jayes, J. Kelleher, J. Keeley.
J. Kramer. T. Jalkut, A. Kaplan.
FRONT HOW L-R: K. Malta. D. MacGillivary. S. Maloof. D. Lvken. M. McKielnan, K.
MacNeil, A. Levine, J. Jackey, J. Markham. MIDDLE HOW L-H: M. Maxwell. P.
McCann, K. Mahoney, B. Marotta, M. Linfield. P. Maguire, S. Lichenstien, C. Mas-
tranpelo, L. Lopan. TOP HOW L-R: P. MacDonnald, P. Mate. R. Leijrhton. R.
Maizinzik. K. Manson. J. Lew. A. Locke. M. Mav.
FRONT ROW: M. McDonald. M. McSolla, D. McCoy, A. McCurdy, S. McLaughlin.
R. McGrath. MIDDLE ROW: K. Murray, A. Morton. W. Mellon. T. Merrigan, E.
Mulcahv. TOP ROW: M. McNamara, N. McCann. ('. Murphy, K. Maynard, E. McAuley.
FRONT ROW L-R: M. O'Gorman, B. Lewis, B. Lvddy. M. Parkin, M. Noblin, P. O'Con-
nor, D. Oser. MIDDLE ROW L-R: S. Nussbaum, B. Penney, P. O'Learv, A. Petitpas,
P. Neilson, L. Perullo, S. Patterson. TOP ROW L-R: R. Pocius, C. Olson, C. Parker,
R. Phelan. A. Nelson, E. O'Donnell, J. Napolitano.
FRONT ROW: M. Ross, J. Sandler. M. Rosenberg, J. Riddle, J. Rubles, M. Ricci, C.
Rosa. MIDDLE ROW: E. Sandler, B. Rottenberg-, M. Roche. N. Ropers, K. Salins.
M. Sarofeen. L. Priola, C. Rothman. TOP ROW: F. Quimby. J. Ramoska. J. Pulio, D.
Sandler, R. Romano, W. Prince, F. Robson.
Front Row: E. Smith, H. Steams, C. Siegal, K. Schulze, K. Serriello, B. Swartz, D.
Sullivan, D. St. Germain. Middle Row: M. Staples, L. Silver, B. Slotnick, P. Sullivan,
G. Tishler, B. Spellman, W. Brabulsie, M. Spanswick, E. Symkus. Top Row: R. Tardiff,
J. Shea, P. Shack, S. Serwo, F. Smith, W. Shroupsky, R. Stevenson, D. Sullivan.
Front Row: L. McNiff, C. Young, L. Welch, W. Warren, L. Watterman, N. Walters,
M. Vogel, D. McPartland, J. Webber, L. Silver. Middle Row: C. Seigal, S. Nadleman,
P. Wiley, K. Wallace, A. Wigley, D. McCarthy, L. Tucker, P. Webber, L. Widrow, B.
Wusteney. Top Row: M. Warren, F. Troland, M. Traverse, C. Wehner, R. Wadon, R.
Wentzel, L. Willis, J. Wortzman.
Hattie Cryer and Diane Dunlavey help Laura Waterman celebrate
Susan Lichenstein and Debbie Saltzman take time out
John Markham and William
Trabulsi work on Christmas de-
Shelley Rattet points out Phoenicia
to her History Class.
Sophomores Adjust Quickly
It has not taken the Sophomore class long to adjust
to the routine of the Senior High School. New sur-
roundings, studies, and activities helped to bring ma-
turity to the young-looking sophomores who entered
Randolph High School last September. Now is the time
for them to begin considering what they want to ac-
complish. Plans for the future must be formulated.
With guidance and perseverance, the Sophomores will
reach their goals.
SOPHOMORE CLASS. OFFICERS
Class Officers: Norman Clapp, Donna Hazel, Janet Meaney,
Sophomore Class Advisor,
Mr. Paul Gardiner.
Steve Baird watches Mr. Joseph Bourgeois
skillfully handle a squirrel.
Biology students examine budding plants in experimental lab.
Carlotta Eastman and Arthur Sullivan work
out a problem on the board.
Begin Planning For The Future
•Mr. Ronald Mavor gives some assistance to Susan
Janet Meaney and Ann Mannard check over class dues.
FRONT ROW: P. Adams, L. Banusiewicz, J. Buthelott, A. Bagley, S. Brass, C. Bark-
house, M. Boothby, N. Blotner, K. Berman. MIDDLE ROW: R. Brennan, S. Betterman,
E. Bluestein, L. Bengin, L. Block, J. J. Adams, A. Bornstein, C. Bradnese, R. Andler,
C. Bernstein, R. Band. TOP ROW: W. Beard, H. Arechesky, R. Braverman, K. Bartell,
D. Adams, J. Arsenault, R. Bernard, R. Baltimore, J. Boucher.
BOTTOM ROW: N. Campbell, J. Callahan, C. Butterfield, D. Christian, F. Cairns, M.
Broderick, M. Burley. TOP ROW: N. Caron, M. Cameron, N. Clapp, E. Chatfield,
C. Carroll, L. Bryssard.
FRONT ROW: P. Curtin, D. Curtin, S. Colosi, P. Connelly, A. M. Cutting, J. Crasco,
B. Croteau, L. Cunliffe. MIDDLE ROW: R. Cohen, D. Curran, J. Calvin, F. Colson, S.
Daley, A. Connolly, R. Dacey, D. Conrad, P. Comras. TOP ROW: D. Cunningham,
M. Connolly, B. Crowley, S. Cochis, S. Corey, T. Crowley, L. Cotter.
FRONT ROW: D. DeCaprio, A. Feldman, P. Drinkwater, K. Finneran, D. Diauto D.
DeLano, R. Ernest, L. Drummey, C. Eastmond, S. Derby, A. Fahey. MIDDLE ROW:
J. Ericson, L. Fearer, L. Dinsomore, L. Fernald, J. Ekman, E. Farrell, S. Donnelly,
L. Eicoff, C. Dew, E. Ferragamo. TOP ROW: E. Darus, T. Dupond, C. Douglas, P.
Fahey, J. Fahey, S. Dodge, L. Eicoff, D. Elliot, J. Davidson, K. Elliot, P. Drinkwater.
FRONT ROW: J. Foti, J. Foster, D. Goodhue, P. Gallant, R. Gambino, M. Fuimara,
B. Frank M. Goldman, R. Goldman. MIDDLE ROW: B. Franklin, J. Goldman, D.
Flaherty, F. Fisher, E. Flynn, R. Fitzpatrick, R. Gettleman, K. Ford, H. Fleishman,
H. Hilchey. TOP ROW: J. Fowler, S. Dykens, J. Foley, R. Gallagher, H. Goldman, R.
Franklin, F. Foley, R. Gorgone, S. George.
FRONT ROW: J. Howe. D. Grant, K. James. P. Graham, G. Henrich. X. Gove, D.
Green. .MIDDLE ROW: P. Penkins, R. Johns, James Harrington, John Harrington,
R. Hyman. K. Jones. D. Green. TOP ROW: E. Hansen. N. Hanlon. E. Guion. I. Green.
M. Graham. H. Johns. M. Iskras.
FRONT ROW: K. Landrey, C. Josephs. X. Levine, L. Laubenstein, A. Leondar, E.
Koltov, A. Keefe. X. Kelley. MIDDLE ROW: P. Jones, B. Livingstone, D. Leite.
J. Lavin. R. Kizner, W. Lewis. TOP ROW: W. Jope. A. Maguire. D. McLaughlin, D.
Lipof. J. Kuzmiski, K. Lord, J. Joyce.
FRONT ROW: D. McFarland, R. McDonell, L. McDonald, J. McDonoujrh, J. Meaney,
J. Medeiros, L. Medler, C. McGrath. MIDDLE ROW: B. Mallord, D. Moore. D. McPan,-
land, K. McGrath, C. Mather, A. Maynard, M. McCarthy, B. McNab. TOP ROW: P.
Maloof, S. Marcus. W. McCurdy. P. Martin, G. MacLeod, J. McElroy
FRONT ROW: J. O'Brien, P. Moriartv, R. Pearlman, C. Pantano, S. Patterson, B.
Pearstein, E. Penney. MIDDLE ROW: T. Nelson, L. Noyes, H. Perrault, B. Ostroff,
C. O'Gorman, B. Parker, M. Pochay, J. Plunkett. TOP ROW: K. O'Riley, C. Oborsky,
G. Pochay, J. Orgel, M. O'Brien, G. Powers, C. Powers.
FRONT ROW: P. Queenan, R. Scahil, E. RodberR, K. Sassone. G. Scionti. K. Wood.
C. Ryan. R. Sneider, R. Rodman. K. Silva. MIDDLE ROW: C. Saunders, A. M. Ray-
mond. K. Rodders, K. Rheume, J. Renna, J. Robson, P. Stone, M. Solon, L. Rachin, A.
Rent, K. Smart. S. Richardson. TOP ROW: S. Seijral, S. Eipral. F. Steidle, P. Serena.
R. Marsden. T. Kelley. R. Small. C. Salamone, S. Queeny. B. Run^y.
FRONT ROW: J. Sullivan, C. Teed, D. Tanasso, E. Sullivan, J. Vahn. K. Smart, K.
Torpev. K. Toomey, A. Rent. MIDDLE ROW: C. Pantano. R. Stowe, M. Tucker. S.
Temple. F. Tempesta, B. Yespa, S. Sweeney, A. Sullivan. TOP ROW: A. Every. P.
Stewart. M. Tuv. L. Sturevant. K. Steidle, T. Tolson, R. Sullivan. X. Shannon, S.
FRONT ROW: Amy Volovick, Karen Wood, J. Yundt, Ethel Weiss, Alice Weaver,
Eileen Welch, Joyce Walters, Janet Williams, Eleanor Wall. MIDDLE ROW: Jerry
Volken, Mike Wiley, Louise Rachin, Sandy Wickey, Norm Welles, Mike Warner, Cathy
Young, Steven Weisburg, George Young, Paul Zecchini, Jeff Weinberg. TOP ROW:
Fred Wentzel, Terry Yarde, Jff Wexler, Paul Wengler, John Zacchardi, Robert Whit-
cher, Bob Williams, Howard Zax, Sam Wierfall.
Developing Talents of
Activities present a wide per-
spective. The informal socializing
after school hours makes stu-
dents aware of backgrounds and
interests other than their own
and tends to broaden their depth
of human understanding. The
variety of social, cultural, and
intellectual activities offered at
Randolph High School, not only
provide an opportunity for com-
munication with fellow students,
but also develop the talents of
leadership and labor in the in-
dividual. Whether participating
for relaxation, mental stimula-
tion or practical experience, all
are able to find an activity to
meet their needs and interests.
Leadership and Labor
The voice of student government at Randolph
High School is the Student Council. As spokesmen
and leaders, they provide an instrument of mutual
understanding between the student body and the
administration. The best indication of success is
their achievement. Continued good relations with
the school are an important accomplishment for
which the Student Council can take no little credit.
A Link Between Administration
BOTTOM: L. Schoepple i, C. Nelson, M. Vogel, N. Smart, J. Walker, S. Heger,
D. Sullivan, L. Beaucairc, S. Fillebrown, N. Hennessey. 2ND ROW: G. Smith, S.
Hanrahan, D. Hurley, S. Saia, K. George, L. Rachen, K. O'Brien, A. Rent, M. Noblin,
K. Broderick, M. Serrophein. 3RD ROW: H. Godes, M. Prince, N. Bell, B. Fernald,
G. Willis, J. Montiforte, D. Penny, D. White, M. Litt, H. Kelly. TOP: R. McMennimon,
F. Fraser, Z. Franklin, P. Konary, G. Spellman, J. Walsh, J. McGrath, R. McCarthy,
J. Maloney, F. Neumeister, B. Galloway, D. Swartz.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Jean McDonough, Secretary
Sandra Saia, President
Nancy Hennessey, Treasurer
Mary Vogel, Vice-President
The Student Council Advisory Board
and the Student Council Service Club
were both brought into being, because
of the desire of a large number of stu-
dents who wanted to contribute both
time and service, without thought of re-
ward, to benefit the council, the school
and the community.
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Mr. James Santry
Advisor to the Student Council
STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE CLUB
SEATED: Artie Sullivan, Kathy Kiley, Jane McDonough, Sandy Saia,
Mary Vogel, Nancy Hennessey, Susan Forte, Christine Micciche. STAND-
ING: Thomas Jalkut, Louise Rachin, Janet Adams, Mr. Santry, Jerry
Spellman, James Walker, Helen Kelly.
SEATED: Yvonne McFarland,
Sandy Saia, D. Landau, G. Willis,
J. Walker, C. Schepis, B. Dixon,
M. McSolla. STANDING: Susan
DiSisto, E. Hayward, C. Zaccardi,
N. Bell, Mr. Santry, S. Clapp, P.
Konary, J. Oslen, D. Penny.
Members of the National Honor Society Faculty Advisory Board
Seated- Mr. Raymond Thompson. Mrs. Helen McGonagle, and
ss Isabelle Bennett. Standing: Mr. Joseph Bourgeois, Mr. Leo
McGuirk. and Mr. Thomas Lane.
Rl , Joseph DiCarlo (D-Revere)
address at the National Honor
ted: Arlene Saltzberg, Deborah Major, Mary
Turner Chris Schepis, Doris Landau, Bob Gray,
Barbara Dean' Standing: Art Levine, Ed
Choen, Steve Cass, Harvey Finkiel, Mark
Daniel Donahue, Paula McGuire.
Father Daley ayui Mrs. Cor men
vitness the pledging of new members.
Mr. Thomas Warren, Superintendent of schools, addresses the
National Honor Society Assembly.
Mr. Robert Waxman, National Honor Society Advisor
for 1966, administers the oath to the new pledges.
The Joseph W. Daly Chapter is the local
organization representing the National Honor
The Society's purpose is based on the four
qualities of Character, Scholarship, Leadership,
and Service. While membership is determined
by the possession and application of these quali-
ties, it is also felt that the Society serves to
further develop these attributes, not only among
the immediate membership, but also among the
entire student body.
Relative to Service, the members of the local
Chapter have taken upon themselves the task
of organizing and staffing the Randolph High
School Book Store.
At present, the Chapter is made up of 14
members, 9 from the Class of 1967, and 5 from
the Class of 1968.
The Oracle is the final result of months
of confusion and cooperation, of frantic
hurry and friendly collaboration, and of
persistent worry and personal sacrifice,
The details of the yearbook, the layout,
the innumerable bits of copy, the typing,
the pictures, and collecting' money — pre-
sent a formidable task, accomplished by
the efforts of the entire staff.
A special treat for Oracle Editors is
the trip to New York City and the Co-
lumbia Scholastic Press Association Con-
Oracle Advisor Mr. John Papa, Co-Editors Merry Turner and Ed Heywood.
Oracle Editors: Sitting: June
Spiers, Merry Turner, Bev Casper.
Standing: Ed Heywood, Richard
McCarthy, John MrGrath, Mark
Abramson, Howard Lapides, Don
Swartz Joe Toomey.
Eddie Heywood, Joe Toomey, and Meredith Turner select pictures
for the Oracle.
Eddie Heywood, Meredith Turner, and Julie Berlow
examine recent pictures.
LEFT TO RIGHT: 1ST ROW: Audrey Jones, Sheila Brad-
bury, Silvia Poretsky, Nancy Hennessey, Karen Broderick,
Helen Kelley. 2ND ROW: Joe Toomey, Barbara Slotnick, D.
Bell, Linda Logan, Jean Turner, Nancy Bell, Stephanie Rosen,
Merry Turner, Joan Gedutis, Susan Weiner, Debby Major,
Rhonda Lampert, Barbara Dean, Carol Abert, Maisie Noblin,
Susan Rosen. 3RD ROW: Harlan Godes, Eddie Lappen, Alan
Teperow, Mark Lit, Jimmy Walker, Dick Wong, Joe Rosen-
berg, Rick Franklin, Frank Baird, Mark Abramson, John
Fraser, Billy Stone, Richard Grosky, Matthew Fox. 4TH
ROW: Brahm Betterman, Robert Gray, Charlie Walsh,
Howie Lapides, Joe Monteforte, Fred Neumeister, Bill Ber-
nard, Bob Townes, Bobo Brewster, Jim Maloney, Rick Mc-
Carthy, John McGrath, Don Penny, Bob Rothwell, Bob Hed-
rick, Jim Spearin, Paul, Weinberg, Ed Heywood, Kevin Brod-
erick, Paul Jenkins, Stan Schoolcraft.
Energetic Business Staff Insures
Mr. Xicholas Mackey, the technical advisor, types all Oracle material.
1ST ROW: Katherine Tuminelli, Beverly Casper, Arlene Saltzburg, Jane Berlow, Bar-
bara Batson, Barbara Slotnick, Linda Bell, Audry Jones, Judy Sandler, Marjorie Ross.
2ND ROW: Pat Clane, Nancy Bell, June Spiers, Kathleen George, Susan Lichenstein,
Deborah Saltzman, Sheila Bradbury, Sandra Lee, Janet Hunter, Susanne Weiner,
Josephine Grillo, Maryanne Ricci, Diane Bell, Patricia O'Brien, Leslie Bishop, Nancy
Sawczuk, Donna Pratt. 3RD ROW: Harlen Godes, Edward Lappen, Alan Taperow,
Mark Lit, James Walker, Richard Wong, James Walsh, Donald Swartz, David Ber-
enson, Marie Williams, Marie Ryan, Mary Vogel, Joanne Yaraz, Barbara Liddy, Mar-
ion Noblin, Mary Ellen Roche, Kathleen Sinclair. 4TH ROW: Robert Grey, Howard
Lapides, Joseph Monteforti, Fred Neumeister, Arthur Brewster, Richard McCarthy,
John McGrath, Donald Penney, Robert Rothwell, Bruce Galaway, James Maloney,
Richard Johnson, Beverly McGrath, Richard Grosky, Mark Abramson, Joan LeVangie,
Donna Monti, Sandra Nathan, Katherine Rothwell, Gail Sullivan, Patricia Lyons.
Bev Casper, June Spier, and Don Swartz count the pledge money.
Don Swartz and Mr. John Gene Papa discuss
1967 Oracle Staff Editors
Co-Editors-in-Chief Meredith Turner
and George Heywood
Business Manager Donald Swartz
Circulation Managers June Spier and
Picture Editor Mary Brennan
Literary Editors .... Jane Berlow, Kathleen
Tuminelli, Pat Lyons, and Robert Gray
Senior Editors Patricia McGrath
and John McGrath
Faculty Editor Richard McCarthy
Sports Editor Mark Abramson
Executive Secretary Sheila Bradbury
Underclass Editor Marion Noblin
Photography Editor Joseph Toomey
Eddie Heywood and Mr. John Gene Papa look
over the layout for the Oracle.
Banner Editors Strive
For Literary Excellence
Mr. James Santry checks the
This year the Blue & White
Banner has reflected the school
spirit which has pervaded all
R. H. S. activities. In spite of dis-
astrous deadlines, twelve A.M.
sessions, and last-minute meet-
ings, The Banner has met with
great journalistic and financial
success. The student body's atti-
tude that the Banner is their pa-
per has made this possible. Add-
ing to this success was the offi-
cial recognition of the Banner as
a superior student paper by the
New England Student Paper As-
sociation, participation in the
Globe Conferences, and the trip
to New York and Columbia Uni-
A. Saltzburg, D. Landau, H. Kelly, N. Bell critically
analyze their latest issue.
Mrs. Jean Noblin reads the latest issue of the paper.
1ST ROW: Barbara Dean, Doris Landau, Christine Schepis, Lee Ann Diauto.
2ND ROW: David White, Richard Franklin.
BANNER BUSINESS STAFF: 1ST ROW: J. LeVangie, A. Saltzburg, S.
Poretsky, B. Swartz, D. Dolan, G. Shuman. 2ND ROW: M. Pearlstein, N.
Bell, S. Hurwitz, A. Jones, P. Sullivan, D. Bell, L. Silver, G. Sullivan, L.
Perrulo. 3RD ROW: J. Monteforte, S. Nathan, D. Monti, S. Saia, M. Powers,
M. Williams, M. Ryan, L. Widrow, E. Kahn. 4TH ROW: R. McCarthy, G.
Willis, J. Maloney, J. Walsh, R. Rothwell, A. Brewster, D. Penny, J. Mc-
Grath, F. Neumeister, H. Lapides.
BANNER STAFF: 1ST ROW: D. Green, Barbara Deane,
Arlene Saltzburg, Dianne Bell, Paula McGuire, Deborah
Sullivan Marie Cummings. 2ND ROW: Fred Neumeister,
Robert Rothwell, Douglas Lurie, Michael Small, Mark Lit,
Christine Schepis, Doris Landau, Suzanne Weiner, Pat Sul-
livan, Lee Ann Diauto, Barbara Broussard, Barbara Reed,
Christine Connelly, Kathleen Kunz. 3RD ROW: Frank Baird,
Jimmy Walsh, James Maloney, Joel Fox, Allen Teperow,
Nancy Bell, Jean Edman, Cheryl Hurvitz, Linda Bell, Bar-
bara Slotnick, Helen Kelly, Arthur Levine, David White,
Kenneth Salins, Robert Concannon. 4TH ROW: James Spear-
in, Joseph McElroy, Lewis Etcoff, Harlen Godes, Paul Wein-
burg, Arthur Townes, Robert Hedrick, Richard Franklin,
Howard Lapides, Edward Heywood, Mark Pearlstein, Mat-
thew Fox, Steven Gass, Harvey Finkel, Michael Mac-
Namara, Mitchell Fox, Joseph Kelleher, Martin Mogel.
I. II cut i n
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- Martha Foley joins the students in
making use of the library's facilities.
Seated: M. Pearlman, G. McCauley, Mrs. Grah^ M. Halpern, J. Lucy.
Standing: E. Rodberg, M. Richards, P. Clang, D. iv.cGillivary, T. Tempesta,
E. Weiss, K. Young.
Knowledge A mailable To A 11
Under the direction of Mrs. Maura Graham, the library has
developed a well-organized system. Mrs. Graham heads a staff
of students who work during their free periods and after school.
The library contains a wide variety of information which is made
readily available to the faculty and students of Randolph High
Mr.-. Maura Graham checks out a mag-
azine for Mary Brennan.
BUT LET THE GJJOD OLD CROP ADORN
THE HiLLS flUR FATHERS TROD.
ST HI LET US FOR HIS G OIDEH CORfl.
SEnD UP OUR THRRKS TO GOO-
Much time and work goes into creating attractive and educational bulletin
Eagerly A waited
Each year the student body eagerly anticipated the
Achievement Award Assembly. The names of the winners
are kept secret until the day of the assembly. A statuette,
a symbol of highest achievement in a particular subject,
is given to the student who has worked most diligently in
a particular subject.
In addition, a statuette is given to outstanding teachers
or members of the community. Last year the winners of
this award were Mr. Hubert Gilgan, our retiring principal ;
Miss Eleanor Brewster and Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney, two
retiring members of the High School faculty.
Merry Turner receives an award from Mr. Ted Pina.
Mr. Hubert Gilgan, Miss Eleanor Brewster, and
Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney receive Acadeynic Achieve-
Helen Kclley receives an award from Mr. Ted Pina.
Future Teachers Sponsor
Service A ctivities
The Future teachers Club was organized in 1960
by its adviser. Miss Martha Foley. The club has
succeeded in its purpose to arouse the interest of
students in the various aspects of the teaching pro-
fession. Some past members are now teaching in
Randolph and in nearby cities and towns. One vice-
president. Bill Cottle, is now president of the senior
class at Bridgewater State College. Another presi-
dent, Steve Dlott. is studying to become a guidance
counselor at Tufts University.
In order to investigate the various aspects of
teaching, the club visits various special schools such
as The Boston School for the Deaf and Canton
School for Crippled Children. They visit colleges
preparing students for teaching such as Boston Col-
lege, Boston University, and Bridgewater State
College. They invite authorities in various fields
of education to lecture. Club members, themselves,
are participants in panel discussions on teachers and
In addition the club also sponsors service activi-
ties. One is the Teachers' Helpers Program; another,
this year, is the sending of The Blue & White Ban-
ner to former graduates now in Viet Nam. The
Banner organization is providing the papers.
The club states in its constitution the aims of the
group, "To learn about teaching, to examine myself
as a prospective teacher, to have a good time as a
group with common purposes."
AS AO£ AMd^li ft £fk&
Miss Martha Foley, Advisor of the Future
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
BOTTOM: K. Butts, S. Bradbury, L. Fumarola, S.
Rosen, C. Spiro, G. Shuman, B. Swartz, C. Siegal, K.
Toomey, K. Landy ML Kelly, C. S. Lee, A. Brown,
S. Poretsky, A. Stepner. ROW 2: K. Malfa. D. Sulli-
van. L. Welch, C Ross. Historian ; H. Kelly, Treas-
urer ; M. Crimmins. Secretary : Miss Foley, Advisor :
M. McSolla, President, J. Kelleher, Vice-President,
D. Bell, Scribe, M. McSolla, delegate, J. Speir, B.
Pearlson, F. Fischer. ROW 3: K. Berman. S. Spiro, E.
Rodberg, J. Grillo, L. Oxman, A. Ayers, L. Daiuto. R.
Ernest, A. Leondar, A. Morton, J. Toomey, M. Staples,
S. Maloof, M. Prints, J. Rosenberg, E. Koltov, M.
Ricky, S. Weiner. L. Fearer, A. DiMascio. K. Smith,
J. Cunliffe. TOP: M. Rosenberg, L. Perullo, M. Mac-
Namara, R. Gettleman, S. Meade. B. Jablonski, E.
Konn, A. Dale, M. Sollon. D. McCoy, R. Gorgone. .T.
Ekman. L. Block, A. Stone, R. Rothman. K. McNeil,
J. Hunter, S. Betterman.
Guests from Lesley College and Margaret McSolla, Presiderit; Marie Crimmins, Secre-
tary; at a panel discussion.
Annual Productions Eagerly Awaited
THE DRAMATICS CLUB
The Dramatics Club enriches the cultural and
social lives of its members. This year, new members
were welcomed at the annual Halloween mixer which
combined dancing and original skits. Later the large
yet lively group attended the production of The
Taming of the Shrew at Natick.
In December, the club sponsored the memorable
Christmas assembly and held auditions for its spring
Under the direction of Mr. Anthony C. Vellante,
the club is now firmly established and looks forward
to a successful future.
Robert Gray, Christine Schepis, and Susan Goldman in a
scene from "Turn Back the Clock."
Seated; Jean Cunningham, Mr. Vellante, Nancy Bell, Eddie
Lappen. Standing: Rhonda Lampert, Karen Donovan, Debbie
BOTTOM: N. Blotner, S. Peretsky, J. Burwell, L. Oxman, D.
MacGillivary, G. Shuman, K. Rossmon, B. Shwartz, R. Lam-
pert, J. Cunningham — Secretary, Advisor — A. Vellante,
N. Bell — Pres., E. Lappen — Vice-Pres.. D. Major — Treas-
urer, K. Donovan, E. Sullivan, A. Jones, L. Bell, A. Brown, C.
Teed, K. Landry, S. Colosi, W. Warren, S. Feldman. J. Berlow,
L. Bishop, Linda Welch, M. Aronovitz, D. Lyken, K. Toomey,
N. Kelley, D. Dunlevy, D. Lescovitz, S. DeSisto. L. Diauto,
K. Michaelson, S. Forti, J. Walker, R. Getchell, B. Rosen, J.
Spiers, M. Gallagher, W. Larsen, C. Dew, J. Vaughn, J. Yundt,
N. Kelly, D. Hazel, C. Abern, R. Reingold. E. Ferragammo,
C. Mahoney, K. Kver, T. Fahey, B. Morton, R. Gray, A. Born-
stein, H. Godes, W. DeBoe, S. Siegel, S. Rosen, E. Koltoff, H.
Butler, P. Connelly. A. Leondar, B. Croteau, E. Eastman, S.
Rosen, M. Solon, B. Jablonski, M. Burton, D. McCoy, R.
Gorgone. TOP: T. Jalkut, P. Shack, J. Lane, J. Kelleher, M.
MacNamara, M. Perlstein, M. Pearlman, L. Etcoff, K. Mur-
ray, A. Kaplan, M. Gallagher, M. Noonan, P. Ferrara, L. Cot-
ter, K. Young, J. Riddle, J. Toomey.
Future Homemakers Fill Busy Schedule
The Future Homemakers is a national or-
ganization open to all high school girls. Each
year, members of local chapters work on
various projects such as brotherhood pro-
grams, splash parties, and good will projects.
This year the national convention will be held
in California. Therefore a member of F.H.A.
may have the opportunity to attend. Chapter
President, Barbara Dixon, attended this con-
vention last year. She returned with many
new and exciting ideas for F.H.A. which she
is actually using this year.
Barbara Dixon, President; Rita DeCarlo, Vice-Pres.;
Chris Wysohinski, Secretary; Yvonne McFarland,
Treas.; Jean Ehman, Historian; Laura Waterman,
Christopher Kelleher enjoys a lunch by the Future
BOTTOM: D. McFarland; L. Bishop; L. Waterman;
J. Eekman, Historian; C. Wyszinski, Secretary; Mrs.
Stribly, Advisor; B. Dixon, President; R. DeCarlo,
Vice-President; Y. McFarland, Treas.; S. Nathan,
J. Murdock. SECOND ROW: J. Burwell, S. Saia, M.
Vogel, C. Cullinane, L. Beaucaire, V. DeCarlo, S.
Kalitsis, S. Feldman, B. Wusteney, K. Kiley, J.
Williams. THIRD ROW: M. Ryan, M. Arsenault, D.
Monti, C. Tantillo, K. Broderick, B. Mallar, S. Pat-
terson, J. McDonough, N. Campbell, K. Tuminelli,
C. Panlanto. TOP: A. Cutting, L. Noyes, G. Loamer,
P. Reid, J. Jackson, H. Cryer, J. Petitpas, C. Wal-
lace, D. Moore, J. Goldman, K. Smart.
Bottom: J. Marcum, B. Keller, Treasurer; K. Kyer, Secretary; Mr. Bourgeois. Advisor;
D. Dunlavy, V. Pres.; S. DeSisto, Pres.; D. MacGilvary. L. Waterman. Middle: S. Car-
son, K. Dailey, M. Ricci, S. Forti, P. Cuff, M. Connolly M. Foster. Top: B. Rottenburg,
T. Jalkut, A. Morton, B. Concannon, J. Dane, M. McNamara, M. Katler, M. Vickery.
For the student interested in
marine life, the Oceanography-
Club offers an interesting and
educational program consisting of
field trips, lectures, and individ-
ual research. Under the guidance
of Mr. Joseph Bourgeois, the club
has prospered in just a few years.
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois discusses a chart
with Susan Carson, Susan DeSisto, and
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois checks the plants
with the help of Susan DeSisto.
Marching, Dance Bands Provide
Frank Malfa and Richie Grosky pause for a joke during
Lee Diauto proves herself to be a very competent band direc-
tor during Student Teacher Day.
The Dance Band rehearses once a week after
school under the direction of Mr. Richard Rubino.
This is to provide the opportunity for any instru-
mentalist interested in playing dance music. Inter-
pretation, phrasing, literature, and improvisation
are all studied at this time. This period is open to
all students interested ; therefore, there are doubling
parts. When the organization plays for a dance or
concert, the students are chosen to perform, and
each part is covered by one person. The arrange-
ments are written in the style of the big band, al-
though some time is spent on the requirements of
combos. This organization aims to give students the
experience necessary to compete in the dance band
Drum Majorette Karen Michaelson leads the band during a half-time show.
The band rehearses five times a week, three of these being during
school. During football season the band performs at all half-time shows,
and at different occasions has been invited to perform for the Boston
Patriots and Boston University. The band performs for several con-
certs throughout the year and marches in parades at< various holidays.
The main objective of the band is to give instrumental experience
on all types of music to these young musicians. Band also participates
in many district and state competitions. This organization develops
both musicianship and good social habits.
Bottom: S. Wentzel, A. Brewster, L. Willis, C. Douglas, B.
Parker, Pearlstein, L. Waterman. 2nd Row: J. Lew, R. Hyman,
L. Conrad, J. Finstein, P. Zeccini, L. Colson, E. Baker. 3rd
Row: M. Noblin, E. Symkus, L. Fummerola, R. Getchel, P.
Maloof, F. Foley, J. Watson. 4th Row: R. Groskey, B. Mogul,
D. Hazel, L. A. Diauto, R. Brenner, H. Johns, H. Jones. 5th
Row: F. Malfa, R, Schneider, J. Condlin, E. Gardner, J. Davin,
E. Olive. Top Row: G. Johnson, M. Pearlstein, E. Gion, S.
Forti, R. Casano, M. MacNamara, J. Howe. Director — Leonard
Rapoza, Drum Majorette— Karen Michaelson.
The Chorus meets twice a week during school and
performs many types of musical compositions rang-
ing from classical choral compositions to popular mu-
sic. The chorus is maintained for performance and
also for a cultural background in music. Students are
given the advantage to develop their natural voices
and also to increase their interests in composers, per-
iods of music, and musical form. The Chorus sings at
the annual Christmas concert, the Spring concert,
and annually puts on a selected Broadway Musical.
They are also given the opportunity for musical
growth by being eligible to participate competitively
in various musical festivals. In this way they are
given the opportunity to perform with selected vo-
calists from other communities.
Mr. Louis Danado, Ass't. to Music Dept. leads the chorus in
Mr. Leonard Raposa, Director of
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Bottom: Susan Nadelman, Jean Abert, Louise MacDonald, Barbara Batson, Lynda
Hylen, Lois Silver, Jean Turner, Beverly Penny, Mr. Leonard Rapoza, Susan Daley,
Marcia Boothby, Joanna Galaway, Susan Forti, Karen Michaelson, Jean Ekman, Sylvia
Paretsky. 2nd Row: Shelly Retee, Barbara Slotnick, Kathleen Kyer, Kathleen Mahoney,
Merle McKierman, Linda Beaucaire, Laura Waterman, Paula McGuire, Paula Webber,
Margret Warren, Kathleen Smith, Patricia Wiley, Maureen Denver, Lee Ann Diauto,
Claire Mastrangelo, Carol Rosa, Susan Bernier. 3rd Row: Joyce Ruggles, Linda Hunt-
ington, Paula Neilson, Carol Seiburg, Diane Dolan, Christine Connelly, Janice Boom-
hower, Judith Hacket, Janet Williams, Katherine Silva, Priscilla Druscotte, Theresa
Tempesta, Mona Yaffe, Mary Jane McCann. Top: Linda Schoepplein, Bradford Parker,
David Grossman, Michael Aronovitz, Arthur Bowler, William DeBoe, Samuel Wentzel,
David Stocks, Robert Getchel, Mark Pearlstein, Richard Grosky, Arthur Morton,
Joe Kelleher accompanies Mary
Noonan and the chorus.
Perseverance Pays Off
Spectators at our football games receive an en-
tertaining surprise each half-time when our drill
team marches onto the field. After long hours of
practice, during and after school, the girls display
precision and grace in the routines they perform.
Dancing to such tunes as "Hard Day's Night,"
"Alley Cat." and "Hello Dolly," the girls have earned
the praise and compliments of all who watch them.
The precision and showmanship of our applause-
winning drill team never fail to lend excitement and
pleasure to every fortunate spectator.
Claire Crowley, Pat Lyons, Karen Michaelsen, drill team
Kathy Dowling, Diane Acker, Jean
Randolph High School's Color Guard.
M. Boothby, L. Sehoepplein, I'. Lyons, K. Michaeleon, C. Crowley, M. Tuv, K. Schultz,
h : ■■ th.
in Sparkling Routines
Together with the drill team and band, the twirler put on half-time
shows that dazzle unprepared spectators. With precision and skill,
they twirl their batons in delightful routines. Daily practices, during
and after school, have proved fruitful as our twirlers perform with
Cunningham, and Carlotta Eastman:
Captain: Y. McFarland, Kneeling: C. Tantillo (lieutenant), P. Leary, M. DeFelice,
L. Drummey, N. Smart, L. Hickey, M. Vogel, T. Nelson, L. Logan, R. Dolan, J.
Ellis, P. O'Connor, K. Butts, M. Sarofeen, J. McDonough, K. Lee, S. Patterson,
J. Medeiros, R. Ellis, S. Saia, K. George (Lieutenant). Standing: K. Broderick,
W. Coburn, M. Maxwell. P. McCann, L. Forest, J. Burthelot. N. Campbell, J. Adams,
M. Iskra, J. Levangie, K. Tuminelli, J. Jackson, K. Finneran, L. Zaeeardi, M.
McCann, D. Monti, K. Smart, L. Tucker.
Yvonne McFarland leads the drill team during half time.
Cathy George, Yvonne McFarland, and Claire Tantillo are
the drill team's lieutenants.
Art As A
ART CAREER CLUB
Seated: M. O'Gorman, F. Farland, D. Lescovitz. Standing: J. Markham, M. Tucker, C.
O'Gorman, B. Trabulsie, H. Jones, E. Ferrangamo, K. Salins.
The Art Career Club was organized this year by
Robert Brady. Its purpose is to give those students
who are interested in Art as a career a better chance
to develop their talent. The club has sponsored a St.
Patrick's Day Dance and works with the Dramatics
Club and other school organizations in creating scen-
ery, posters, and decorations.
John Markham and Bill Trabulsie work on a cut-out.
Ken Salins works on a pencil sketch while Dennis Lescovitz
gives "professional" tips.
M. Ricci, M. McNamara, W. Warren, and P. Adams discuss world affairs
in one of the clubs current debates.
History Club Publishes
The History Club meets frequently to discuss historical prob-
lems and contemporary events of our time. Discussions range
anywhere from Vietnam to UFO's (unidentified flying objects)
to drug addiction and teenage smoking. It is also responsible
for the establishment and publication of the editorial maga-
zine, the Spectator. Such special activities as the mock trial
of a draft card burner, and a field trip to the State House have
greatly enhanced, for Club members, the broad scope of cur-
rent affairs in our modern world.
Row 1: left to right: S. Brass, M. McNamara, L. Waterman, V. Pres.; J.
Kespert, Pres.; S. Weiner, Sec; J. Dane, Treas. Row 2: P. Adams, W.
Warren, M. Ricci, Mr. Lane, Adv.; J. Grillo, A. Every. Row 3: D. Gross-
man, A. Kaplan, M. Lit, M. Small, B. Fineberg.
Mr. Robert Lane, M. McNamara, and J. Kespert
discuss an edition of the Spectator.
Officers: S. Weiner, Secretary; J. Dane, Treas-
urer; J. Kespert, President; L. Waterman, Vice
President, is missing.
Based Upon Sound And
■ ' '
Randolph's athletic program,
based upon sound, constructive
principles, is an integral part of
the total educational experience.
The pursuit of excellence is main-
tained on the athletic field as
well as in the classroom. Al-
though physical in their mani-
festations, athletics are also con-
ducive to creating mental, social,
and moral stimuli. Our gymna-
sium and athletic fields not only
enhance physical fitness, but also
create an environment where per-
sonality changes take place and
human resources are cultivated.
The Blue Devils Win
This year's football team at Randolph High School, by giving
the school its first undefeated season since 1945, achieved more
than just the Old Colony League Championship. Not many ath-
letes are fortunate enough to have been members of an unbeaten
team. The real significance of the team's accomplishments will
grow and be realized and appreciated as the years go by. These
boys have won a place in the minds and hearts of those who are
near the Randolph football scene.
1966 was a year of fulfillment. The team, comprised mainly of
seniors. In their final year, they were destined for greatness, and
they were not to be denied. The lessons they learned in defeat
served them well. We hope the lessons they learned in victory will
also serve them well as they leave the gridiron for the playing
field of life.
Randolph vs. Whitman Hanson — Randolph the winner. Bill Stone (35) blocks
for Gerry Spellman (82) on pass interception.
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FOOTBALL TEAM: BOTTOM: P. Baker, W. Bernard, S. Allen, R. Franklin, Co-Capt.
P. Konary, Co-Capt. D. Penny, J. McGrath, J. Fraser, R. Foley, G. Spellman. 2ND
ROW: P. Spin,, R. Rothwell, G. Willis, J. Maloney, J. Walker, W. Stone, J. Malone,
C. ZaeeardL IBD ROW: J. Joyce, R. Tardiff, W. McCurdy, S. Burns, B. Marzinzik,
Brock, K. Maria, P. Wengler, M. Graham. 4TH ROW: P. Cole, manager; S. Marcus,
W. HeM, P. Small, R. Cammarata, J. Conley, K. Lord, J. Olson. TOP ROW: Mr. Philip
Saba, Head coach; S. Wigfall, J. Lavin, J. Daley, A. McGuire, P. McDonald, F. Baird,
Mr. John Kennedy, Ass't. coach; Mr. Stephen Albrecht, Ass't coach.
Co-Captains Peter Konary
The Old Colony Championship
and Donald Penney.
Mr. Steve Albrecht, Ass't Football Coach; Mr. Philip Saba, Head
Football Coach; Mr. John Kennedy, Ass't Football Coach.
THE 1966 RECORD
Silver Lake 12
Quincy Patriot Ledger:
Jerry Spellman Sam Burns
Brockton Enterprise-Times :
Bob Spearin Jerry Spellman Sam Burns
Old Colony League All Stars
Pete Konary Bob Spearin Jerry Spellman
Steve Allen Sam Burns Paul Baker
WOKW Lineman of the Year
Pete Konary Bob Rothwell
John McGrath Jerry Spellman
John Malone Bob Spearin
Jim Maloney Bill Stone
John Olson Jim Walker
Don Penney Greg Willis
John Fraser (30), John McGrath (32), and Joe Rosenberg (61)
close in on a Silver Lake runner. Randolph winner again!
Steve CJass drives in to intercept a pass.
■ Gass gives all he has to get a rebound.
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VARSITY 1st Row: Murphy, John Olson, F. Tempesta, E. Delano, C. Green. 2nd Row
D. Connors, A. Hendrickson, M. Gale, B. Marzinzik, M. Abramson, S. Gass.
Mr. Fairfield and Danny Connors
observe the action of a close game.
Norman Clapp looks for a receiver in the
FRESHMAN TEAM: 1st Row: A. Gold, T.
Yarde, D. Green, J. Foley. 2nd Row: W.
Wyfall, M. Mogul, N. Clapp, S. Baird, B.
Team Spirits Highlights
This year's Randolph Blue Devils jumped to a good start in the
Old Colony League, but they were quickly demoralized after a last
second one-point defeat the second game of the season. Lack of
experience and weak rebounding were the main causes of the many
defeats suffered by the Blue Devils this year. The bulk of the scoring
was achieved by Junior Captain Steve Gass with senior John Olson
continually providing the outside scoring threat. Senior Mark
Abramson and Mai Gale gave strong scoring and rebounding support
throughout the season. Pete Konary and Mark Lit, both seniors,
provided excellent hustle and attitude.
With many fine juniors returning to the squad, especially Captain
Gass, and also "Buster" Marzinzik and Butch Hendrickson, next year
appears to be a bright spot in R. H. S. basketball.
Larry Barboza easily clears the bar during practice.
This past winter has once again been successful
in showing - the power and determination of the
Randolph track team. In a tough Division II, they
ran their way to a third straight undefeated season.
It was the 21st straight win since entering the Met
League. Following this splendid display of talent,
they proceeded to enter and win the all-division meet
of the Met League and finish second in the Class C
State Meet. Outstanding performers include seniors
Ed I ley wood, 50 yard dash man, Gerry Spellman,
high hurdles, and Eliot Stevens in the 600.
Prospects for next year once more appear to be
on the bright side with many junior members re-
turning to the squad.
WINTER TBA< K TEAM : 1st
Row : I) Dulong, S. Schoolcraft,
P. Drinkwater, R. Goldman, S.
lietzler, li. Johns, A. McGuire. 2nd
Ron : n, S. Gordon, P. Mc-
ry, B. Jayes, M. Small, A.
talino, D. Klliott, J. Cunning-
ham, K. Elliott. 3rd Row: A.
W< D. Grossman, B.
Hnnter, I. -tevens, J. Fra er, B.
ptaitl J. Spellman, Co-
'i Eddie Hejrwood, D. Guion,
K. Broderick, P. Porter, D. Sandler,
h Mr. Malcolm Hill.
Coach Mr. Mai Hill and Co-Captains Ed Hexjwood and
METROPOLITAN INDOOR TRACK LEAGUE
DIV. II CHAMPS — 21 STRAIGHT
Winter Track Repeat Outstanding Records.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: 1st
Row: R. Johns, D. Dulong, S.
Metzler, B. Jayes. 2nd Row: Coach
Mr. Mai Hill, S. Schoolcraft, B.
Hunter, Co-Captain E. Stevens, Co-
Captain M. Small, A. Castaline, J.
Fox, E. Heywood, P. Porter.
Arnold Wensky, Randolph's leading shot putter practices in
During the past cross-country season, Randolph
entered the Old Colony League as it had left the
Hockomock League — undefeated champion. Co-
captains Mike Small and Elliot Stevens along with
junior Bob Jayes and senior Paul Porter easily
trounced the league, establishing records at every
away meet. Recording times on our course only
bettered by Arthur Dulong, Small and Jayes jointly
recorded the second fastest mark. A new coach,
Northeastern's Malcolm Hill, in his inaugural sea-
son, prodded his runners to cop both the Varsity and
Junior Varsity titles at the Old Colony League Meet.
SPRING TRACK: 1st Row: J. Spellman, D. Penney, Ed
Heywood, B. Steward, E. Stevens, R. Leite. 2nd Row: P.
Konary, K. Broderick, D. Danahue, B. Stone, J. Barboza, R.
Franklin, M. Small, A. Castaline. 3rd Row: P. Porter, D.
Swartz, J. Fox.
Old Colony Cross Country Champs
Randolph vs. Quincy
Randolph vs. Scituate
Randolph vs. Rockland
Randolph vs. Plymouth-Carver
Randolph vs. Whitman-Hanson
Randolph vs. Hingham
Randolph vs. Middleboro
Randolph vs. Bridgewater-Raynham
Randolph vs. Siler Lake
18 - 39
17 - 43
17 - 38
16 - 45
16 - 47
21 - 35
19 - 42
15 - 46
22 - 33
Phil Cole, Jim Moloney, Steve Allen, Bob Favreau,
Bill Strong, Bob Hederick, Paul Spiro, Ron Erick-
son, Kevin Kiley, Bob Verzone, Mike Burke, Dennis
Konary, Bob Spectrin, John Davock, Paul Dower,
Steve Gass, Mr. Francis O'Brien.
Randolph finished in a tie for third place
in the Hockomock League with a record of
10-6. The veteran R. H. S. team lost three
one-run games late in the season to end their
chances for a league title. Graduated seniors
include all-league pitcher Paul Dower and
co-captains Bill Strong and Bob Favreau.
This year's team will be built around several
returning starters including catcher Jim Ma-
loney, pitchers John Davock, John Malone
and Steve Gass along with Steve Allen at
first base and "Bimbo" Spiro and Ron Eric-
son who had outstanding first seasons last
Mr. William Gould has taken over the
coaching duties this year replacing Mr. Fran-
cis C. O'Brien, Jr., the extremely popular
and successful Randolph coach for many
years. This is Randolph's first season in the
Old Colony League and is looked upon with
enthusiasm by players and coaches alike.
Kevin Kiley, Bob Favrea«. fiill Strong, Bob Verzor,, , Mike Burke,
Dennis Konary, Paul Dower.
Mr. Francis O'Brien, last year's Baseball Coach, gives instructions
Randolph Nine Ties For Third
Place in Hockomock League
Steve Allen, Randolph's versatile first
James Moloney, Bob Spearin, John Davock, Steve Allen, Bob Hederick.
Jim Moloney is Randolph's
Look to '67
B. Keeler, E. Morse, R. Goodhue, M. Born-
stein, D. Campbell, R. DeSisto, R. Gray.
R. Gray serving in a match against Stough-
ton — Randolph the winner.
The tennis team had a four (4)
and seven (7) record last year. The
coach, Mr. Ronald Mavor, considers
"That's good" with only three vet-
erans back. With Seniors Mark Born-
stein, Captain, Mitchell Goodhue,
DouglaM Campbell, and a newcomer
William Trostel, they played well.
While the Juniors, Edward Golob,
this year's Captain, Robert Gray, and
Robert DeSisto will give this year's
team depth. And with many under-
classmen showing promise, the team
is looking for a good season.
Mark Bornstein, Captain; Mr. Ronald Mavor, Tennis coach.
Senior tennis players : B. Keeler, R. Gray, E. Morse, R. DeSisto.
Randolph's quick defense foils another oppo-
Bob Spearin gets set to call signals.
Jerry Spellman on way to opening touchdown in
Our Football Heroes
Defense digs in to stop Silver Lake.
Defense takes a rest period.
Pert and Pretty . . . Cheerleaders
The squad builds a totering pyramid. Bottom: L. DiNatale, K. O'Brien,
J. Turner, M. Turner, J. Gedutis, M. O'Gorman. 2nd Row: K. O'Gor-
man, J. Sandler, B. Casper. 3rd Row: M. Broderick, N. Hennessey.
Top: C. Micchiche.
Hcciche unil L. I)>S>itnii hopefully
' their team.
Instill Will To Win
The cheering squad: Bottom:
J. Gedutis, Captain M.
Turner, J. Turner. Top: K.
O'Brien, J. Sandler, M.
O'Gorman, C. Micciche, M.
Broderick, L. DiNatale, K.
Leading the student body in support of its teams
are twelve cheerleaders. Because of their undaunted
dedication, school spirit has boomed this year. What-
ever the weather, they can be found encouraging the
players and exciting spirit in the crowds. They dis-
play great precision, pep, and agility in every cheer,
gained through many hours of practice. Everyone
will remember them for their original and amusing
stunts at our successful football rallies.
N, Hennessey leads the assembly in a song
at a rally.
Captain M. Turner gives a victory cheer.
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